July 6, 7 & 8, 2023
Thursday 15th June 2023
About Apollo Trophy
Apollo Trophy is an artistic competition first held in 1980 and has continued to this day.
Apollo Trophy is open to all clubs, and is for all ISA Artistic divisions for singles and groups including the following categories:
Artistic Groups can be made up of up to four skaters, however where the skaters are from different test levels, the group will be placed in the division that corresponds to the highest level in the group.
The Schedule will be available soon after entries close.
Bannister Trophy and the Apollo Artistic Trophy will be held in conjunction with Crossland Rosebowl.
Aussie Stake 1 - Freeskate 4
Adult Bronze/Silver/Gold/Master/Masters Elite
Please read the Announcement for further information about entering the Apollo Artistic Competition.
Winners of the Apollo Trophy
Awarded at IFSC Apollo Artistic Competition
First awarded in 1980.
Records for winners from 1980 - 1999 are unavailable.
Div B (Prim/Nov) Lochran Doherty
Div C (Elem 2-3) Sharni McPhee
Div D (Prel/Elem 1) Tayla Kearns
Div E (AS 1 /2) Jake Stansfield
Div A (Jnr/Snr) Angela Buchanan
Div B (Prim/Nov) Brady Sherwell
Div C (Adult) June Ward
Div D (Prelim/Elem 3 - 12>) Melnda Schloss
Div D (Prel/Elem 3 - 11<) Dominic DiTommaso
Div E (AS 1-2) Felicity McIvor
Div A (Jnr/Snr) Anna D'Jamirze
Div B (Prim/Nov) Dominic DiTommaso
Div C (Prelim/Elem) Genevieve Sinon
Div D (AS 1 & 2) Sharni McPhee
Div B (Prim/Nov) Melinda Schloss
Div C (Prel/Elem) Rebecca Seymour
Competition Not held
Competition Not Held
Lucy Sori Yun
Not held - Covid-19
The Apollo Trophies have been retired. There is no longer a perpetual trophy for the Apollo Competition.
The Apollo Artistic Trophy was donated by Mr & Mrs Nicholas and Ms Olive Price, who were the owners of Apollo Furniture for many years.
The competition began in 1980 for Advanced Novice, Junior and Senior divisions. In later years, the IFSC expanded the competition to include four divisions A, B, C & D., with each overall winner of a division receiving a perpetual trophy.. Over the years, two have been lost and two remain.
From 2011, only one overall winner was selected encompassing all divisions held.
As ISA Artistic divisions developed beyond these categories, it was decided that the original trophies would be retired, with the 2023 Apollo Trophy competition being run under the ISA Artistic rules.