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British Cycling’s president Dave Brailsford is expected to meet the Cycling Federation today as he enters his final talks before he steps down as chief executive.
Brailsford left the British Cycling headquarters in White City, Oxford, in September to go into politics with David Cameron.
The BAA, the international governing body for cycling, is responsible for British cycling and represents all the major teams, the Olympic team and a number of the sport’s national teams.
In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports News HQ, Brailsford is expected to address the need to ensure a sustainable British cycling career.
Bellingham’s chief executive’s interview was one of 카지노 사이트several meetings ahead of his departure, including that with the BAA’s president Peter Rippon, as well as with representatives우리카지노 from the teams and the national cycling federation.
The British Cycling president is also due to give his first public interview as a public figure before announcing his plans to take over the Olympic programme from Sir Chris Hoy.
BRAILSFORD: “Some of us will be leaving. I’m working to ensure that’s the case and then we’ll see what happens”
British Cycling chief executive Dave Brailsford
In the first part of the interview, Brailsford was asked about the possibility of a potential shake-up of the British cycling team.
“You’ve got to remember I’m the chief executive of British Cycling,” he said. “We’re the executive arm of all the teams.
“I’m the chair of the BAA and one of the biggest jobs더킹카지노 in cycling.
“I’ve said I’m not going to do any more press conferences. I’ve also asked the chief executive, Brian Barwell, to go out and meet some people, and I’ll see what happens with that.
“But I’m really clear that there can only be one chief executive for Britain. I can’t sit on your elbow and do nothing. There has to be a new chief executive.”
Brailsford also said he was ready to meet future Olympic boss Mike Frejcha, and the Olympic women’s cycling competition manager Dave Anderson, in a bid to secure new sponsorship, which he hopes will be in time to be announced early next year.
However, he confirmed that the Olympic teams still haven’t been signed up.