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Athlete Representative Elections To Take Place At National Championships


At this summer’s


National Championships, participants will elect the Athlete Rifl e and Shotgun Representatives to the USA Shooting Board of Directors. All discipline participants at the National Championships are eligible to nominate candidates and vote in the election. Athlete elections are staggered with the next Pistol Representative election in 2016. Athlete representatives


are elected to a four-year term beginning with the spring meeting following the year of election. The primary representative this cycle for rifl e will be a male and for shotgun a female. An athlete from the opposite sex will be elected as the Alternate Representative for each discipline. Athlete representatives


attend the two USA Shooting Board of Director’s meetings each year and may be appointed to serve on a committee. In the event of a confl ict on behalf of


the Representative, the Alternate Representative attends Director functions. To be eligible to serve as an Athlete Representative, the candidate must have represented USA Shooting in the World Championships, Olympic Games,


Pan-American


Games or Championship of the Americas within the past 10 years. As Director of Operations,


David Johnson will oversee the election processes. Nominations may be provided to David in advance or made at the member meeting at the 2014 National Championships. For more information


regarding the Athlete Representative election process, please visit the USAS Policies and Procedures page at usashooting.org and go to “Discipline Athlete Rep Election.”


Memorial Donation


William Aultman in memory of Bill Krilling


10 USA Shooting News | May 2014


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