Archive for the ‘resolutions’ Category

FORBIDDEN RACES

Posted: March 27, 2013 by Trowel in records, resolutions

LINK for the clarification on FORBIDDEN RACES.


Chairman Mr. Bert Lina
President, Hon. Abraham N. Tolentino
Vice-President: Dr.Philip Ella Juico
Secretary General Atty.Avelino M. Sumagui
Treasurer Oscar “Boying” Rodriguez
Auditor Atty.Jesus Aranas
TRUSTEES:
Paquito Rivas
Cornelio Baylon
Modesto Bonzo
Atty. Froilan Dayco
Lorenzo Lomibao
Atty. Gregorio Larrazabal
Vice Mayor Juancho Ramores
Ricardo Rodriguez
Carlos Gredona
Pablito Sual

Executive Director Jose Villa Jr.

You may click the following newspaper links on this matter:

ABS-CBN News
PHILSTAR
SPORTS INQUIRER
MANILA BULLETIN

CHECK OUT THE LETTER OF MR. PAT MCQUAID TO PHILCYCLING

UCI RULES ON CAMELBACK USE

Posted: February 17, 2012 by Trowel in resolutions

BMX Daniel Patrick Manabat, Alexis M. Vergara
ROAD George Oconer, Lloyd Lucien Reynante, Mark G. Galledo
Ronald Gorantes, Jemico Brioso
Baby Marites Bitbit (Women)
MTB (DH) Joey Barba
MTB (XC) Lepoldo Japitana, Eusebio Quinones

TRACK Alfie Catalan, Arnold Marcelo, Jan Paul Morales, John Renee Meir
Apryl Eppinger (Women)

Team Manager: Edmund Mangaser
Coach Track: Carlo Jasul
Coach Road: Norberto Oconer
Coach BMX/MTB: Cesar Lobramonte
Bike Mechanic: Virgilio Espiritu

Award of Licenses – Part 1

Posted: February 3, 2011 by Trowel in Communications, records, resolutions
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PSC RESOLUTION 025-2011

Posted: January 31, 2011 by Trowel in announcements, resolutions
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This resolution SUSPENDS the grant of allowance to the Cycling Pool effective January 31, 2011 until the leadership issue for Cycling Sport is resolved by the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).

Board Resolution 1-11

WORDINGS OF THE AMENDMENT AS MANDATED BY THE UCI.

1. The federations must manage their internal affairs with total independence and ensure that no third party interferes in their operations. They must remain autonomous and resist all political, religious and financial pressures which may infringe their commitment to abide by the Constitution of the UCI. Any external form of interference or attempt to interfere must be reported to the UCI.

2. Philcycling shall have an internal appointment system that ensures a complete independence of the national federation vis-à-vis third parties. In particular, the federations shall not allow governments and other public authorities to appoint members of the governing bodies of a federation. Any government representative who may be elected into the board of Directors shall automatically forfeit his voting rights in the Board, without however, the forfeiture of his voting rights in the general assembly in representation of his club where he is the Club’s authorized voting representative by himself or by proxy.

NOTE: failure to include the above provisions on the constitution shall make the federation liable for suspension.

SUGGESTED INSERTION POINT:

ARTICLE II. Create new Section 11 and Section 12.

ACTION TAKEN: APPROVED by the Board
FURTHER ACTION TO TAKE: Submission for Approval of the General Assembly

INTEGRATION OF PARA CYCLING

Posted: December 23, 2010 by Trowel in announcements, resolutions
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Please take note of the latest issuance from ACC
http://www.scribd.com/full/45821650?access_key=key-1bf0ovrju6inwchelp1k

The two warring groups in local cycling finally decided to come together in quest of an elusive gold medal in the Asian Games.

Former cage executive Moying Martelino was delegated by the Philippine Olympic Committee to mediate between the two groups which have been on the warpath for years now.

And Martelino was able to unify the two Philcycling groups Tuesday at the POC office in Pasig City for a common cause of producing the best athletes who will be sent to the Guangzhou Asian Games this November.

“The meeting came out very well with both parties agreeing to work together for the formation of the national cycling team to the Asian Games,” said Martelino after the meeting that lasted for close to two hours.