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New BPA role for Ann Cutcliffe

last updated on December 02, 2013 17:28

New BPA role for Ann Cutcliffe

Ann Cutcliffe OBE will take up a new position at the British Paralympic Association as Honorary Vice-Presidents, reflecting her many years of dedication to the development of disability and Paralympic sport.

Disability Tennis's Sue Wolsthenholme OBE will join Ann on the list of Honorary Vice Presidents. Both served for numerous years on the Board of the BPA but chose not to stand for re-election at the Board elections this year. The BPA and its membership wanted to offer them an opportunity to remain close to the organisation and to thank them for their contribution to the Paralympic movement in the UK.

Ann has been Vice-Chair and Board Member of the BPA since 2001 and has vast experience of the Paralympic Games, having attended all Summer Games since Atlanta. Ann was also involved with London 2012’s International Inspiration programmes.

They will join Adrian Whiteson, Dr Bob Price, Tony Sainsbury, Barry Schofield, Bernard Atha, Mike Brace, Graham Peacock, Chris Simon as Honorary Vice-Presidents.

Read the full news story on the British Paralympic Association website.