Jorge Blas Díaz Garcia, President of the Dominican Cycling Federation (Fedoci), was elected President of the Caribbean Cycling Union (UCC), at the Congress of this organization held in Guadeloupe, as part of the activities of the Elite Road Championship of the Caribbean, which is celebrated October 14 and 15.

The new directive has as a relevant fact that three women assume positions, as has been promoted by the International Cycling Union and had already happened in the Pan American Cycling Confederation, in which Jorge Blas holds the position of Vice President.

“It is a great honor for me to be chosen for this position. More than occupying a position, this represents a commitment to continue working for better cycling in the Caribbean and on the continent,” said Blas Díaz, who has directed Fedoci since 2013.

“I will continue to strive for cycling to continue its growth in the nations of our Caribbean, where we already have world figures,” he added to the media in Guadeloupe after the closing of a Congress nuanced by work proposals aimed at increasing skills. local and Olympic solidarity projects.

The new board of directors was formed as follows:

Jorge Blas Díaz (Dominican) President

Cyril Mangal (Saint Lucia) First Vice President

Rowena Williams (Trinidad and Tobago) second vice president – woman

Sharon Lowe (Anguilla) Secretary General – woman

Peter Dunne (Bermuda) Treasurer


Henny Bonafacio (Curaçao)

Donna Kay Sharpe (Jamaica) – woman

Charles Lynch (Barbados)

Edsel Romney (Saint Maarten)