Feb. 22 D-day for cycling
CYCLING will choose a president and an executive in two weeks.
That’s because February 22 has been set as the date for the long overdue annual general meeting of the Barbados Cycling Union (BCU).
The date was a court order by consent as both parties agreed that the time had come to have an executive in place after ten months of being in limbo. Cycling has been at a standstill since the planned annual general meeting on April 27 was adjourned after much contention.
Attorney at law Larry Smith, who is representing people “interested in the affairs of the cycling”, told MIDWEEK SPORT that his clients were elated that a new date had finally been set. (MK)
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