As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, British Cycling is launching a Hall of Fame and, at the organisation’s annual awards dinner in February 2010, the first fifty individuals will be inducted. The Hall of Fame will then continue to grow with further inductees announced every year.
British Cycling is now looking for nominations for this first 50 inductees. The full list of nominees will then be handed over to the Hall of Fame judging panel (see below for details), who will come up with the final list of fifty. British Cycling is looking for the Hall of Fame to recognise outstanding individuals from this country, across the whole cycling spectrum, from volunteers, event organisers, and race officials through to coaches, athletes and influential figures within the sport.
Send them your nominations now
British Cycling is now looking for nominations for the Hall of Fame and it would like to hear who you think should be amongst the first fifty inductees. Simply send them the name or names of the individuals you believe should be included – they will welcome multiple nominations. You may also wish to tell them a bit more about why they deserve a place in the British Cycling Hall of Fame. Please send your suggestions to email@example.com
To help you with your suggestions, BC has prepared five articles, each overviewing a decade since 1959, highlighting key moments in British Cycling’s history and top performances by British riders.
The Hall of Fame Judging Panel
William Fotheringham, Cycling Correspondent at the Guardian, Hugh Porter, long standing BBC Cycling Commentator and Robert Garbutt, Editor of Cycling Weekly, will join current Olympic and World Champion Victoria Pendleton, British Cycling’s President Brian Cookson and Executive Director Peter King as panellists.
So, if you don’t want your cycling hero to miss out, send your nomination and the reason why the person should be included into the first British Cycling Hall of Fame to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on: October 27, 2009