National Ice Skating Association Technical Director Alistair Wilson and Judging and Officials Director Judy Clinton this week announced their resignation from the NGB’s board.
Both Judy and Alistair have worked exceptionally hard during their time on the NISA Board, giving their time and expertise to drive the development of the sport.
As well as being a National Technical Controller and Level 10 Dance Judge, Alistair has been on the board as Technical Director for approximately five years.
During this time he has created technical criteria, overseen and helped develop the permits structure for club competitions, been present to judge test sessions and offered support and advice to members and clubs wherever needed.
Judy has been on the NISA board for approximately 18 months, having been a member previously. She has a background in coaching and judging, and has been a driving factor in bringing the ISU International Synchronized Skating competition, Trophy d’Ecosse, to Great Britain.
Judy has formed relationships with NISA Judges and Test Organisers, overseeing the test organising structure generally.
NISA Chair Maggie Worsfold said: “Both Judy and Alistair have made great contributions during their time on the NISA Board as Directors.
“Their experience and expertise has been invaluable, and we would like to thank them for all of their hard work.
“Both Alistair and Judy have given up their time and effort for many years to support members and help grow the sport of ice skating in the UK - for that we are exceptionally grateful.
“We wish both Alistair and Judy all the very best in the future, and hope members will join us in thanking them for their service to the organisation and sport.”