British Triathlon CEO Jack Buckner to join British Swimming

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Jack Buckner steps down from British Triathlon after three years as CEO

Fancy a challenging job in the triathlon industry? Well, British Triathlon will likely soon be searching for a new Chief Executive Officer with the news today that Jack Buckner is to step down from the role after three years to join British Swimming.

“There’s great energy and spirit that exists in triathlon, and I’ll be sad to leave that behind, but this is a great opportunity for me to lead British Swimming. I think the sport, British Triathlon and the home nations are in a really strong position with great performance results, exciting events and superb participation programmes only being part of the story.”

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Recent British Triathlon Chief Executive Officers

Jack Buckner – appointed 30th May 2014
Zara Hyde Peters – appointed 1st March 2008
Norman Brook – appointed 1st July 2000

Here is the full announcement from British Triathlon this morning – CLICK HERE

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