“World class performance leader” sought for British Cycling role

British Cycling has issued details on the qualities it is seeking in a new performance director for the Great British Cycling Team.

The new director will be expected to “drive ambition to deliver annual inspirational success across all disciplines,” said a representative of the governing cycling body. The role will also include helping the britain in “retaining its position as one of the world’s number one cycling nations.”

British Cycling is looking for a “world-class performance leader” who will enable the delivery of the performance strategy and achievement of annual and quadrennial medal targets.

The performance director “should have a background of leading a team operating in elite sport at the highest level” as well as a proven track record of establishing a culture of "collaboration, team working, innovation and support”.

Further information on the role including a full candidate brief is available on the British Cycling website.

The closing date for applications is Friday December 2nd, and interviews will take place before Christmas.

For more information, visit the British Cycling website here

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