|Canadian Eventing Committee Announces 2010 Election Results||| Print ||
October 7, 2010 — The Canadian Eventing Committee (CEC) is pleased to announce the results of the 2010 elections for Committee members.
For the position of Chair, two candidates were nominated, and an election was held electronically using the system created for the annual Equine Canada Board of Directors election for the Director-at-Large. The successful candidate was Peggy Hambly, who was elected to serve a third term.
The composition of the CEC in 2011 is as follows
Equine Canada, Manager Eventing, Fleur Tipton (ex officio)
The CEC welcomes new committee member Martha Griggs of Kettleby, ON, as chair of the Athlete Development Committee. Griggs is a former Olympic and national team member and NCCP Level 3 Eventing coach as well as a member of the task force developing the new NCCP High Performance 1 Coaching certification program for eventing.
The CEC acknowledges, with thanks, the two candidates nominated for the position of Chair of the CEC as well as Jo Young and Pam Macintosh for agreeing to serve another term on the committee.
The CEC expresses sincere gratitude to outgoing committee member Debbie Dorosh (Athlete Development Committee) for her years of voluntary service and commitment to the eventing program.
About Canadian Eventing
Canadian Eventing is a committee of Equine Canada responsible for the sport of eventing in Canada from the grassroots to the international level. The Canadian Eventing Committee is comprised of 12 members, including two rider representatives elected by the Elite Riders Association. Directed by the Strategic Plan for Eventing, all Eventing activities are administered by this committee via six sub-committees with the support of an eventing manager based at the Equine Canada office in Ottawa. For more information about Canadian Eventing, visit www.equinecanda.ca and select disciplines then Eventing.
About Equine Canada
Equine Canada is Canada’s national governing body for equestrianism. A member-driven, charitable institution, it is the executive branch of the Canadian Equestrian Team, and the national authority for equestrian competition; the national voice for recreational riders; and the national association for equine welfare, breeding, and industry. Equine Canada is recognised by the Government of Canada, the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), and the Canadian Olympic Committee as the national organisation representing equestrian sport and equine interests. For more information about Equine Canada, please visit equinecanada.ca.