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Allison Campaigns for 2012 Olympics
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Allison makes a comeback to Olympic RS:X Racing!!!
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Inverloch Windsurfing Clinic 2010
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Allison Speaks at Parliament House at Sports Advocay Group Women in Sport Dinner
27 Oct, 2010

Speaking at Tara Anglican School for Girls
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2010 Sydney Schoolgirls’ Get Active Breakfast
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Allison Speaks at Aspire
31 Jul, 2010

The Prize DVD goes to air in Australia
10 Jun, 2010

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IWG World Conference Legacy
23 May, 2010

Ambassador for IWG World Conference for Women and Sport
20 May, 2010

WRNSW Media Workshop for women in sport
29 Apr, 2010

Allison Misses 2010 Formula World Championships
21 Mar, 2010

The Inspiring Race Sydney Olympic Park
5 Mar, 2010

OCEANIC / NATIONAL Championships event report
6 Feb, 2010

Oceanic/National Championships in Hawks Nest
5 Feb, 2010

Inverloch Windsurfing Clinic
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Basic Instinct - Unleash your instincts to protect, soar and excel
27 Nov, 2009

Ambassador for McHappy Day
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School Girls Breakfast with the Stars
28 Oct, 2009

INVERELL - Jesus All about Life Campaign
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The Ultimate Training Camp – Playing for a purpose
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Bass Strait Challenge
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21 Nov, 2008

Allison pipped by a point for Formula Winsurfing World Title 2008
15 Sep, 2008

Christian athletes feature on Sports DVD with Bible Society New Testament
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Tornado at Worthington US Nationals
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Grand Prix Sopot, Poland
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British Open, Christchurch
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Whitwell, Rutland Inland Windsurfing Regatta, Uk
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Allison to co-host new yachting television show
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4 Oct, 2007

2007 Formula Windsurfing World Champion – Allison Shreeve
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Top 10 at Pre Olympic Test Event, Qingdao, China
30 Aug, 2006

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PWA World Tour Fuerteventura 2006
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Allison Shreeve honoured - Australian Female Sailor of the Year 2006
12 Jul, 2006

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7 Jul, 2006


Allison Shreeve honoured - Australian Female Sailor of the Year 2006

Wednesday, 12 Jul, 2006

At a glittering Royal Gala Dinner held in Sydney last night, Allison Shreeve, the current Formula Windsurfing World Champion, who is ranked No.1 in the world, was awarded the Australian Female Sailor of the Year 2006. The prestigious judging panel considered Allison’s achievements over the past year and rewarded her for the very impressive results which included winning every Formula windsurfing regatta on the international circuit, the European and World Championships, and for breaking the ‘A’ Class World Speed Record.

Her Royal Highness - The Princess Royal, in her capacity as Patron of the Gipsy Moth Global Project, was special guest of honour at the annual awards event, along with the Governor of NSW, Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir, Sir Nicholas Shehadie, and Concetta Fierravanti-Wells (Senator for NSW), who shared the duty of announcing and presenting the awards.

In a video presentation, Allison was able to thank those who have contributed to her successful career thus far, including Yachting Australia, the Australian and NSW Institutes of Sport, her equipment sponsors F2, Neil Pryde and Deboichet and her supportive parents who were present to collect the award in her absence.

Shreeve was unable to attend the awards due to commitments in Europe where she is currently competing in RS:X Olympic windsurfing regattas, and Formula, Slalom and Speed windsurfing events.

Allison has started her Olympic preparation with increased success over the past few months. Two titles won early in the year, the Oceanic and South American Championships were stepping stones to the European tour to come. Allison started training full time on the new RS:X Olympic board in April after she won the Formula European Championships in Portimao (Portugal). With only 5 days training on the board she competed in the Holland regatta, a grade 1 ISAF event. After some light and tricky winds, she finished mid fleet.

One week later after more training and testing, Allison went to Turkey to compete in the RS:X European Championships, the 2nd largest Olympic class event of the year. After solid top 10 results all week she just dropped out of the top 10 on the final day of racing to 13th just missing out on the medal race.

A lingering viral infection in the lungs had taken its toll, however Allison moved onto Kiel in Germany where she finished in 5th place in the Grade 1 fleet.

A hectic schedule ahead sees Allison attending Fuerteventura and then Turkey the following week for the PWA World Tour and IFCA World Slalom Championships before she heads home for a few days. Allison will continue her preparation for the Olympic trials in August at the Pre Olympics test event in Qingdao, China, where only two athletes per country will compete at the Olympic venue.

The next day Allison will contest the Formula World Championships in Korea where she hopes to defend her World title.

Finally Allison will finish a huge season with the RS:X World championships in Italy one week later where she hopes to place well to qualify Australia to be eligible to compete in the 2008 Olympics.

"I know I have a lot on my plate over the next few months with the five most important events all back to back in four different time zones! I'm confident I will do well because of my preparation earlier this year, and I am really happy with my equipment and the way I'm sailing right now".

“I consider it an enormous honour and great reward for my efforts, in receiving the Australian Female Sailor of the Year 2006. Congratulations to all the finalists and the other recipients of the major awards, including the Australian Male Sailor of the Year 2006, James Spithill. I represent Australia with great pride, and hope that I can continue to be successful in this sport of windsurfing that I love so much.”