Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton has a new president.
Tara McNeil, a Calgary sport physiologist, ran unopposed on the conclusion of the embattled sport group’s annual normal assembly on Saturday evening in Whistler, B.C., as former president and appearing CEO Sarah Storey didn’t run for a 3rd time period.
A gaggle of present and retired bobsled and skeleton athletes put the 53-year-old McNeil’s title ahead for the place.
The greater than 70 athletes have been calling for the resignation of Storey and high-performance director Chris LeBihan since final March, amid what they’ve referred to as a toxic surroundings of maltreatment inside the group.
Storey adjourned the federation’s AGM in Calgary on Sept. 29 earlier than a vote could possibly be carried out. BCS mentioned it had acquired credible info there have been potential irregularities within the verification processes of voters from the provincial sport organizations.
Storey’s resolution to not seek re-election means she relinquishes her place as appearing CEO as effectively.