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WDSF Athletes' Commission 15/02/2013

Zoran Plohl, Athletes' Commission Chair

Zoran Plohl, the Chairman of the WDSF Athletes' Commission since July 2012, announces the final composition of this commission.

After all representatives of the different constituent groups have been elected and in some cases appointed, Zoran is proud to advise the athletes that the following eight persons are commission members with full voting rights.

Commission Chair: Zoran Plohl

Representative of the Americas: Anton Belyayev

Asian Representative: Hou Yao

European Representative: Ashli Williamson

Oceanian Representative: Antonio Micheli

Representative of the Professionals: Paolo Bosco

Representative of the Seniors: René Erwal

Representative of Youth/U-21/Juniors/Juvenile: Paul Moldovan

The Athletes' Commission will hold its first official meeting of the year on 11 and 12 April in Ljubljana, SLO.

Contact details for all members of the Athletes' Commission will soon be available through the commission page.