On Behalf Of Lori Stewart
Athlete Representation Selected For U.S. Equestrian Board
Lexington, KY and Gladstone, NJ July 1, 2003 As required by the United
States Olympic Committee (USOC), the newly formed United States Equestrian
Federation Board must include at least 20% representation by eligible
Athletes on its Board and certain committees. There are two seats for each
of the Olympic disciplines of Dressage, Eventing and Jumping, one seat for
each of the FEI disciplines of Driving, Endurance, Reining and Vaulting,
one seat for a Paralympic athlete and one seat to be held by the USOC
Active Athletes Committee Representative.
The following athletes have been selected as voted on by their peers:
Sue Blinks of Wellington, FL
Robert Dover of Wellington, FL
Karen OConnor of The Plains, VA
Bruce Davidson, Sr. of Unionville, PA
Leslie Howard of Westport, CT
Anne Kursinski of Frenchtown, NJ
Chester Weber of Ocala, FL or Lisa Singer of Chadds Ford, PA (run-off pending)
Valarie Kanavy of Fort Valley, VA
Pete Kyle of Whitesboro, TX
Devon Maitozo of Los Angeles, CA
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