Thu, June 06, 2019

The BAC newly appoints Mahdi Choudhury as its CEO

The British Athletes Commission (BAC) has announced their newly appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mahdi Choudhury.

Choudhury is a trained solicitor and most recently the Sport Engagement Manager at the British Olympic Association (BOA) where he also held a number of positions across 13 years at the organisation.

Mahdi has extensive experience in sports regulatory matters and has worked with a number of National Governing Bodies to draft selection policies. The new appointment will see Victoria Aggar revert to the role of Chair at the BAC.

Choudhury commented, ““I am looking forward to joining the BAC in what is a pivotal time in its history. Athletes are at the centre of everything we do in elite sport and as the organisation that represents them, the BAC has a vital role to play.”

Congratulations to Mahdi on his new role. To view the full BAC press release, visit here.


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