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Simons re-elected as BOA president

Bermuda Olympic Association have re-elected Judy Simons for a second-term as president.

Simons, who succeeded former president John Hoskins in 2008, said: “I am honoured to have been named president for another four years.

“It gives me the opportunity to continue to work closely with my fellow board members, committee members and BOA staff to build upon the great work that we’ve done since 2008.

“Moving ahead, our focus will continue to be on ensuring that Bermuda has strong representation at the international sports festivals, that we improve programmes for youth, that we continue to raise the profile of the BOA in the community and share the Olympic ideals.”

Brenda Dale was elected vice-president, Philip Guishard secretary general, and Carlos Lee treasurer.

Stan Douglas, Patty Petty, Chuck Millican and David Sabir have all been named members.

Charles Marshall and Jon Beard were elected as advisers, and Kathleen Keane is the legal counsel

The chairpersons of the BOA’s committees are as follows: Technical committee — Chuck Millican; finance — Carlos Lee; PR and marketing — Lee Greene.

The chairperson of the Women in Sport Committee will be named by the president in due course.

Bermuda Olympic Association president Judy Simons.

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Published December 07, 2012 at 5:26 pm (Updated December 07, 2012 at 5:26 pm)

Simons re-elected as BOA president

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