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Past Winners

Year Field First Across The Line Time Outstanding Achievements
2019 826 Sam Sheppard 34.14 Everything said about Sam in 2016 & 2017 plus now becomes only 2nd swimmer to achieve three time winner of the P2P.
2018 773 Gregorio Paltrinieri 35.57 At the 2016 Rio Olympics Paltrinieri won the gold medal in the 1500m freestyle in a time of 14:34.57
2017 736 Sam Sheppard 36.33 All of the below plus now Sam has Back-to-Back wins
2016 742 Sam Sheppard 33.53 U/8 beach flag Champion at Victorian Surf Life Saving Nipper titles in 1999. Partner of Ellen Gandy 2x Olympian for Great Britain 6th at the 2015 FINA world champs in Russia in the 25km open water event. Would rather be a pro cyclist than a Swimmer 🙂
2015 703 Shane Asbury 35:13:00 2nd fastest time &Triple back-to-back winner
2014 737 Shane Asbury 32:57:00 3rdd fastest time and back-to-back winner
2013 739 Shane Asbury 36:15:00 Member of Nunawading Swimming Club. Double Gold medallist in 100 & 200 metre freestyle relays at 2013 Australian Swimming Championships
2012 727 Shane Edmonds 35:36:00 National and State Ironman champion and inaugural inductee into Anglesea SLSC Hall of Fame
2011 726 Zac Charlton 32:46:00 All of the below and now 2 time winner and new world record holder Pier to Perignon
2010 708 Zac Charlton 33:15:00 Regular Aust Nationals Competitor and new World Record Holder Pier to Perignon
2009 688 John van Wisse 37:58:00 Winner of lots of long swims and little brother of Tammy
2008 677 Ebony Ebenwaldner 37:06:00 World Champion Masters swimmer with a love for the open water. The 3rd female to show the men how it’s done.
2007 709 Lloyd Townsing 36:24:00 Holder University Swimming Blue 2005
2006 575 Nick Humphery 36.21 4 Time winner and deposed as 2nd fastest overall by Shane Asbruy 2014
2005 600 Jamie Rhodes 39.08 “The Mystery Man”
2004 540 Nick Humphery 39.3 Triple Pier to Perignon winner
2003 520 Nick Humphery 41.41 Dual Pier to Perignon winner
2002 600 Ryan Moreland 45.56 Won the Swim Classic and Perignon Double
2001 550 Nick Humphery 40.21 National Level Swimmer
2000 500 Nick Hinsley 40.26 Three-time Australian Surf Race Finalist
1999 550 Francis Christian 37.59 Back to Back Winner of the Pier to Perignon
1998 500 Francis Christian 42.22 A victim of the tide
1997 400 Joe Mitchell 35.28 World Record Holder Pier to Perignon
1996 300 Melissa Cunningham 40.19 World Long Distance Swimming Champion
1995 277 Rob Woodhouse 40.3 Olympian & Commonwealth Games Medalist
1994 205 Tammy Van Wisse 44.34 Conqueror of Bass Strait & Port Philip Bay
1993 182 Tim Hart 44.39 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships Gold Medalist
1992 172 Dick Campion 40.32 Olympian & National Open Water Coach
1991 96 Ted Gallagher 42.3 Veteran Winner of Nearly all Swim Classics
1990 25 Barry Eastoe 45 Conqueror of Port Phillip Head’s Crossing
1989 2 Humble Founder 59.58 “Holder of Herald ‘Learn to Swim’ Certificate. Conqueror of Port Phillip Head’s Crossing”