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Rob DeMartini Named President and CEO of USA Cycling

USA Cycling has named Rob DeMartini as president and chief executive officer of USA Cycling, effective February 2019. DeMartini comes to the national governing body after spending the last 12 years as president and CEO of New Balance Athletics Inc. He succeeds Derek Bouchard-Hall, who resigned last year to take over Swiss apparel company Assos. “Our entire board […]

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Chuck Hodge Named USA Cycling Chief of Racing and Events

USA Cycling has promoted Chuck Hodge to chief of racing and events, a position that will have Hodge lead the national governing body’s support of cycling events, including the USA Cycling National Championships, elite racing calendars, event sanctioning, race director support, local association services and officiating for all competitions. Hodge previously served as USA Cycling’s vice […]

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USA Cycling President and CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall to Step Down

USA Cycling has announced that Derek Bouchard-Hall will step down from his role as president and CEO at the end of this year. Bob Stapleton, chair of the national governing body’s board of directors since 2014, will serve as interim CEO until a replacement is found. Bouchard-Hall will be leaving to become CEO of Assos, […]

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Derek Bouchard-Hall

It is always difficult to replace a CEO who has become a fixture of the organization. But when Derek Bouchard-Hall was selected to replace the retiring Steve Johnson at USA Cycling in June, the national governing body found a person with an ideal background to move the sport forward. After earning degrees from Princeton and Stanford, Bouchard-Hall raced from 1994–2002, winning the 2000 U.S. Pro Criterium and competing that year at the Olympics. He later earned an MBA from Harvard and worked for McKinsey, a management consulting firm. Since 2011, he served as a key executive at online cycling retailer Wiggle. Now, the 45-year-old is settling in to his new post at USA Cycling, with strong opinions about the toughest issues facing the sport

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