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Jamaican appointed to Pam Am College Sports Association committee

Published:Thursday | August 14, 2014 | 9:00 AM

Anthony Davis, the director of sport at the University of Technology who is on study leave in Glasgow, Scotland, has been named as a vice-president of a transitional committee of the Pan American College Sports Association.

The committee that was selected this past weekend in Brazil is being tasked with revitalising the continental federation.

A total of 17 countries attended an extraordinary General Assembly convened by the Pan American College Sports Association vice-president, Delise O’Meally.

The extraordinary General Assembly was hosted by the The Brazilian University Sports Confederation at the Sao Jose dos Campos.

The transitional committee will now take over for the next 10 months until the elective General Assembly is held in Gwangju, Korea, together with the Summer Universiade.

In addition to Davis, the transitional committee is comprised of president Luciano Cabral of Brazil; first vice-president O’Meally, of the United States; vice-president Julio Jakob of Uruguay; general secretary Alberto Gilardoni of Paraguay; treasurer Rosaura Mendez of Costa Rica; and auditor Julio Gueda of Mexico.

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