Newly-elected president of the Jamaica Cycling Federation Dr Wayne Palmer says while the current climate is difficult, he will not be backing down from the challenge as there are opportunities his new administration can take advantage of inspite of the ominous outlook for cycling.
The former vice president as well as two-time former general secretary says plans are in the pipeline for women’s and youth cycling, which he feels have been under developed.
The new administration also comprises first vice president Anthony Ebanks, second vice president Adrian Clarke, treasurer Jannielle Morgan and secretary Donna-Kay Sharpe.
The elections took place, at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on September 27, which was postponed for 6 months due to COVID-19. Immediate past president Joylene Griffiths who served for two terms, did not seek re-election.
- September 29, 2020