CEV Congress – election results

Scottish Volleyball are delighted to announce that our CEO Margaret Ann Fleming has been confirmed as vice-president of CEV at the General Assembly that took place on October 16th 2020.

Aleksandar Boricic will be leading once again for the next mandate European Volleyball. Mr. Boricic received the majority of votes cast by the delegates participating the XLI CEV General Assembly in Vienna, Austria.

Mr. Boricic, during his previous leadership of CEV, together with his team has re-shaped the organisation and its perception, while fostering a strong sense of solidarity and cohesion among all members of European Volleyball.

Volleyball in Europe has gone from strength to strength over the course of the last five years, especially through the delivery of major events that have accounted for an unforgettable experience for players and fans alike. This transformational journey has seen unprecedented investments into the sport that have helped grow the game at the grassroots level and more recently, supported all stakeholders in dealing with the many challenges brought by the coronavirus pandemic.

During the Congress, the new CEV Board of Administration was elected, alongside the new CEV Legal Chamber and the European representatives in the FIVB Board of Administration, with all mandates covering a four-year term. 

Read the full story on the CEV website

Congratulations to our CEO Margaret Ann Fleming!

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