Order of the Geoduck

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Order of the Geoduck is an international award issued by the International Rogaining Federation [1] for long-term high level contributions to international rogaining. The award takes the form of a replica geoduck, a saltwater clam found on the Pacific coast of North America.[2]

IRF Order of the Geoduck award

Geoduck Awardees have been:[3]

  • 1994 Carl Moore (United States)
  • 1995 Keg Good (USA)
  • 1996 Eric Smith (USA)
  • 1997 Wilkey Richardson (USA)
  • 1998 Murray Foubister (Canada)
  • 1999 Michael Haynes (Canada)
  • 2000 Michael Wood (New Zealand)
  • 2001 Peg Davis (USA)
  • 2002 Neil Phillips (Australia)
  • 2003 Rod Phillips (Australia)
  • 2004 John Maier (USA)
  • 2005 Andres Käär (Estonia)
  • 2006 Mal Harding (USA)
  • 2006 Alan Mansfield (Australia)
  • 2006 Mike Sheridan (New Zealand)
  • 2007 Francis Falardeau (Quebec, Canada)
  • 2008 Peter Taylor (Australia)
  • 2008 Peter Squires (New Zealand)
  • 2010 Bill Kennedy (New Zealand)
  • 2010 Derek Morris (Australia)
  • 2012 Lauri Leppik (Estonia)
  • 2012 Bob Reddick (USA)
  • 2014 Efim Shtempler (Ukraine)
  • 2016 Sergey Yashchenko (Russia)

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