December 18, 2020 by Mags Colvett in Livewire, News with 0 comments
This post has been corrected from a previous version.
The World Flying Disc Federation announced the results of its 2020 elections this week. Representatives from WFDF Member Associations voted on seven positions on the Board of Directors, two Continental Representatives, and three positions on the Ultimate Committee.
Robert “Nob” Rauch will serve another two-year term as President. On the Ultimate Committee, Will Deaver was elected Deputy Chair, Simon Hill was elected Championships Sub-Committee Chair, and Rueben Berg was elected Rules Subcommittee Chair.
Rauch becomes the longest-tenured WFDF President for a continuous period, having held the position since 2011. He also served as WFDF President from 1992 to 1994.
Terms for these positions begin January 1, 2021. Detailed election results are available at the bottom of WFDF’s press release.
Elected to the Board of Directors:
Robert “Nob” Rauch (United States), President
Thomas Griesbaum (Germany), Secretary
Charlie Mead (United Kingdom), Disc Golf Chair
Rob McLeod (Canada), Overall Committee Chair
Adam Swanson (United States), Guts Committee Chair
David Raflo (United States), Beach Ultimate Committee Chair
Yoonee Jeong (Korea), Director At-Large
Elected to the Continental Associations:
Alex “Queenie” Matovu (Uganda), Continental Representative for All-Africa Flying Disc Association
Haude Hermand (France), Continental Representative for European Flying Disc Federation
Elected to the Ultimate Committee:
Will Deaver (United States), Deputy Chair
Simon Hill (United Kingdom), Championships Sub-Committee Chair
Rueben Berg (Australia), Rules Subcommittee Chair
UPDATE: An earlier version of this article omitted some of the positions voted on by WFDF members this term. Thanks to Jen Thomas and the World Flying Disc Federation for the correction.