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The British Athletes Commission (BAC) was set up in 2004 to represent the interests of athletes in Great Britain to decision makers in sport, and to help athletes in member sports set up and maintain athlete representative structures within their sport.

The British Athletes Commission Ltd
Public
HeadquartersColchester, Essex, England
Key people
Sally Lockyer, CEO (interim)
Victoria Aggar, chair[1]
Websitewww.britishathletes.org Edit this on Wikidata

The BAC is an independent organisation representing the views of athletes to major decision making bodies such as the BOA, UK Sport and NGBs.[2]

StructureEdit

  • CEO: Sally Lockyer (interim)
  • Chair: Victoria Aggar

The Executive consists of:

  • The Chair (4 yr term)
  • The Vice Chair (4 yr term)
  • Up to six other members (2 yr term)

There are also places on the executive for non voting members from the BAC partner organisations, UK Sport, the British Olympic Association, and the BPA.

The work of the BAC falls into 6 areas (represented issues) with at least one director responsible for each. The represented issues are:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Board Directors". The British Athletes Commission. Retrieved 3 December 2018.
  2. ^ http://www.olympics.org.uk/contentpage.aspx?page=23