The Bermuda Triathlon Association announced their new Board members and Executive Committee for 2023.
Steven Petty, a founding member of the Association in 1981, has been appointed President with Karen Smith, assuming the role of Vice President. The Association currently has 216 members.
Neil de ste Croix and Clive Langley are responsible for Youth Development.
de ste Croix will act as a coach and team manager for the upcoming Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador in June, with Langley taking on the same responsibilities for the Junior Commonwealth Games in Tobago in August.
Kristen Robinson will assume the formal role of Treasurer.
The Executive Committee will be led by Ian Pilgrim, Patty Petty will act as the liaison for World Triathlon and technical officials, Geoff Smith will be responsible for coordinating local events and Bryce Williams will act in the dual roles of schools’ liaison and Chief Diversity Officer.
Steven Petty, President of the Bermuda Triathlon Association, commented, “Triathlon is thriving in Bermuda. Building on the successful hosting of major events such as the World Triathlon Series and the Carifta Games, we are seeing increased participation at all levels.
The Tri-Hedz programme has over 60 children taking part each week and we have seen a number of Bermudian triathletes taking part in Sprint, Olympic, and Ironman events across the globe. Our professional athletes also continue to perform well above what might be expected from a small island. We are looking forward to an exciting year of racing!”