Jesse Anthony wins run-off to serve on USA Cycling's Pro Committee

  
  


Jesse Anthony wins run-off to serve on USA Cycling’s Professional Committee
 
Colorado Springs, Colo. (October 9, 2012) -- USA Cycling held two elections during the month of September: 1) a run-off between Jesse Anthony and Lucas Euser for the Male Athlete position available on the USA Cycling Professional Committee and 2) an election between James Carney and Cari Higgins for the Representative spot on the U.S. Olympic Committee Athlete Advisory Council.
 
Jesse Anthony claims Male Athlete position on USA Cycling’s Professional Committee
 
When USA Cycling held its Sport Committee elections in August, Timmy Duggan filled one of two Male Athlete positions available on the Professional Committee, but the second position remained unfilled after Jesse Anthony and Lucas Euser tied.  A run-off was held during the month of September, and USA Cycling announced today that Jesse Anthony will fill the second spot.
 
For a complete list of Board of Director and Sport Committee members, please see USA Cycling’s governance page.
 
Jame Carney wins position on U.S. Olympic Committee Athlete Advisory Council

Track athlete Jame Carney also picked up a new position last month when he beat Cari Higgins in the election for Representative on the U.S. Olympic Committee Athlete Advisory Council. The mission of the AAC is to communicate the interests and protect the rights of athletes in cooperative support of the USOC’s stated mission.  The AAC is comprised of one representative from each Olympic and Pan American sport elected from the corresponding National Governing Body.  In addition, two Paralympic representatives are elected through procedures established by U.S. Paralympics and six At-Large members are elected by the AAC. Each representative has a corresponding Alternate representative.  

Read more about the AAC on the USOC’s website.

If you have questions about USA Cycling’s election processes, please contact USA Cycling Technical Director Shawn Farrell at sfarrell@usacycling.org.


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