Bermuda Olympian Julian Fletcher has missed out on his bid to be elected to the Panam Sports Athlete Commission.
Bermudian 2016 Olympic swimmer Fletcher was one of thirteen candidates who was running for five places on the Panam Sports Athlete Commission during the voting period at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games.
Panam Sports today presented the next generation of athlete representatives who will serve on the Panam Sports Athlete Commission.
The five new members of the Panam Sports Athlete Commission are:
Isabel Swan (Brazil - Sailing) Melissa Humana-Paredes (Canada - Beach Volleyball) Paola Longoria (Mexico - Racquetball) Tony Azevedo (USA - Water Polo) Amber Joseph (Barbados - Cycling)
More votes were cast than at any previous Pan Am Games in history, with a total of 1,838 athletes choosing their top-five choices out of the 13 candidates who were nominated by their respective National Olympic Committees.