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CCA AGM 2011 Positions for Election

by pedalmag.com

September 27, 2011 (Winnipeg, MB) – The Canadian Cycling Association has struck a Nominations Committee to seek out qualified candidates for various positions on its Board of Directors and Committees.

The following positions will be filled at the October 30, 2011, Annual General Meeting to
be held in Winnipeg, MB.

1)  Board of Directors
Director at Large – Two (2) Positions
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of  three (3) years experience in a professional
or elected function in cycling.  

Program Committees

2) High Performance Comnmittee
National Team Program Representative (2 year term – Odd)
Experience with National program as athlete, coach.  

Paracycling Representative (2 year term – Odd)
Experience with paracycling programs as athlete, coach.  

3)  Events Commitee
Mountain Bike Representative (2 year term – Odd)
MTB race organization experience.  

BMX Representative (2 year term – Odd)
BMX race organization experience.

4)  Officials’ Commitee
Committee Chair (2 year term – Odd)
International level official.  

Mountain Bike Representative (2 year term – Odd)
International MTB official.

For the required Nomination Forms please contact:
Gleness Lapensée
Canadian Cycling Association
Administrative Assistant / Coordonnatrice Administrative
613-248-1353 ext:2600

About the CCA
The Canadian Cycling Association is the national body for cycling in Canada. Founded in 1882,
the CCA supports all forms of cycling, and develops talented Canadian cyclists to achieve
Olympic, Paralympic and World Championship medal performances. The CCA manages
Canada’s National teams, hosts national and international events, and administers community
programs to promote cycling in Canada. With the vision to be a leading competitive cycling
nation by 2020, CCA celebrates increased participation, enhanced international success, and
world class event hosting. For more information please visit: www.canadian-cycling.com.

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