New OPM Of British Sailing Is Robinson
British Sailing has chosen their new manager Olympic performer and they have made the official statement in this regards as well. The new Mark Robinson joins as their new Olympic performance manager.
Robinson is now 42 years old and he will take his position in the beginning of June. He is holding the same position with the team Australia.
He prospers Stephen Park, and now the performance director with British Cycling. 2020 Tokyo Games, bid for medals will also be done by him.
Robinson shared his views on the announcement of his name as the Olympic performance manager and said “Getting the opportunity to lead the British team in Tokyo 2020 is a big opportunity for me. I am feeling really privilege getting this wonderful opportunity” Robinson said.
“British team is extremely talented and giving coaching to them is a highly privilege job. I hope under my leadership, the team will perform better and we both will get benefits” he added.
Robinson, has good years of experience in the field of sports, he spent over 30 years in sports as a coach and competitor. And during the tenure of over thirty years he achieved many milestones. He has led Paralympic sailors of Australia in 2016 and took the team to the top of the medal table. His contribution in the world of sailing is immense. The British team will also get benefits from this experienced and talented sailor.
According to the reports, Robinson will work alongside Ian Walker, who has been appointed as the director of racing recently.
However, it is still one month left for Robinson to join the team as a coach. But, the British sailing team is very excited and they are desperately waiting for their coach to come and join them as soon as possible.