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Srecko Medven Confirmed as Club5 President in Zurich
Srecko Medven was confirmed unanimously as the President of Club5 at the 25th Annual Meeting of the association of classic World Cup Organizers which took place on Wednesday, April 25th in Zurich. Srecko Medven (57) is General Manager of the World Cup event in Kranjska Gora.
The three Vice Presidents Stefania Demetz (Gardena/Gröden), Peter Willen (Adelboden) and Peter Fischer (Garmisch) were also confirmed in their roles. The mandate of the Steering Committee was unanimously increased from two to three years to ensure a higher continuity in the implementation of various projects.
Club5 also reviewed the past World Cup season. "The meeting was very constructive," stated Medven, adding: "We discussed qualitative analyses by members to further our understanding on various areas of concern." These findings were also addressed in the Season Debrief Meeting to which all Audi FIS Ski World Cup Organizers were invited by FIS the following day, in an effort to provide feedback on the last season and to further improve the World Cup series.
President Medven presented at strategy paper on Club5's goals which outlined a plan to open up to more World Cup Organizers. The future application process will be based on new rules and regulations and will be addressed in three stages: affiliation, candidacy and full membership. Zagreb submitted an application for membership in Zurich.
Club5 is planning a Workshop in St.Moritz (SUI) in the autumn which will include case studies presented by the OCs on different branches of the organizations.
Club5 is currently comprised of 15 full members including Kitzbühel, Wengen, Garmisch, Val d'Isère, Gardena-Gröden, Alta Badia, Cortina d‘Ampezzo, Kranjska Gora, Maribor, Lake Louise, Schladming, Adelboden, Kvitfjell, St.Moritz and Åre.
Contributed by Club5.com