Australia gets high performance restructure

BMX Australia and Cycling Australia have announced a restructure of its BMX high performance program...

BMX Australia and Cycling Australia have announced a restructure of its BMX high performance program operations, which has seen a new coach take over the program. In a joint letter released by CA CEO Graham Fredricks they announced that, "Sean Dwight has stepped aside from a full time coaching role with the program. Sean is currently negotiating a consulting service provider role with the program. Scott Sharples has been confirmed as the Program Manager & Head Coach."

Sharples is expected to meet with all of the program's athletes and organise each individual's programs in the lead up to this year's World Championships in Canada and the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

The release added, "program administration will continue out of the CA/AIS high performance office in Adelaide under the direction of High Performance Manager Kevin Tabotta and supported by HP Administrator Sonya Simpson."

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