Thirteen positions up for grabs in 2013 USA Cycling elections

  
  


Colorado Springs, Colo. (June 3, 2013) – Thirteen positions will be up for grabs on USA Cycling's seven sport committees as the organization's 2013 elections get underway this month.

This year, members will elect representatives to the following positions:

BMX Committee – Coach
Collegiate Committee – Club President
Cyclo-cross Committee – Coach
Cyclo-cross Committee – At large
Cyclo-cross Committee – LA Representative
Mountain Bike Committee – Endurance Race Director
Mountain Bike Committee – At large
Professional Committee – Women’s Team Director
Professional Committee - Commissaire
Road Committee – LA Representative
Road Committee – Commissaire
Track Committee – Track Director
Track Committee - Commissaire

To be in the running for one of the open positions, candidates must turn in their nomination forms to USA Cycling no later than June 28.  Nomination forms are posted online here.

2013 ELECTION TIMELINE
May 31 — Nomination notices published online
June 28 — Nominations for Committee Members due to USA Cycling
July 15 — Balloting available through a member's USA Cycling account Hard copy ballots will also be mailed to members who request them
August 16 — Online voting ends; Deadline for mailed or faxed ballots to be received by USA Cycling

For more information, visit the 2013 Election Webpage. If you have questions about the elections, feel free to contact USA Cycling Technical Director Shawn Farrell at sfarrell@usacycling.org.


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