National Cycling Centre Hamilton loses Iler


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Andrew Iler has resigned as Executive Director of the CHCH National Cycling Centre Hamilton.

Iler’s resignation was announced in a brief press release issued by the centre’s president, Lloyd Fairbairn, and the centre’s board of directors.

“Andrew has been a driving force behind the CHCH National Cycling Centre as well as the 2015 Hamilton Velodrome project. We wish him all the best in his future endeavours,” read the release.

The National Cycling Centre Hamilton (NCCH) is a not-for-profit corporation created as legacy organization following the very successful 2003 UCI World Road Cycling Championships in Hamilton. The Centre is one of five nationally recognized cycling centres in Canada and is responsible for identifying, recruiting, testing, coaching and training high performance and development athletes in Ontario. The Centre is formally partnered with the Canadian Cycling Association, the Ontario Cycling Association, the City of Hamilton and McMaster University.

Since its creation in 2005, the NCCH has assisted over 18 athletes win medals at National Championships and/or become members of the Canadian National Cycling Team.

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