Sport Climbing Australia‘s annual general meeting was held on October 10th, and Adam Clay was elected as new President of the SCA after Robert LeBreton stepped down after 6 years of service.
“Carlie [LeBrenton] and I are proud to be leaving our national federation in a far stronger position than it was when we first became involved at an administrative level. We have 3 times the number of members, many more competitions happening regularly around the country and the professionalism with which the events are run and the abilities of our athletes, officials and routesetters has increased exponentially,” Robert LeBreton said.
“We feel very privileged to have been part of the development of Sport Climbing in Australia, Oceania and internationally at this pivotal time in our history. It has been exciting to see the new levels the IFSC taken our sport to,” he concludes.
Adam Clay and the new Board are looking to add some exciting momentum for Sport Climbing in Australia, and they are ready to move the sport forward in the country.
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