The Canadian Freestyle Ski Association (CFSA) has a new boss.
Bruce Robinson has taken over from Peter Judge as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the association that runs skiing’s moguls, aerials, halfpipe, and slopestyle national teams in Canada. Robinson moves into the position from his former post of COO of the organization.
“It is the opportunity to put my 25 years of involvement in freestyle skiing to full use,” Robinson says in a recent letter to Canadian freestyle skiing fans. “It is also exciting because Peter (Judge) left an amazing legacy behind – a High Performance Program that won seven medals at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.”
Peter Judge left his post with CFSA to assume the role of chief of Canada’s Own The Podium program.
Robinson goes on to say: “I assure all of the Canadian freestyle skiing family that I am committed to keeping Canada at the top of the world in freestyle skiing while building a development system that supports and enables our athletes to achieve excellence.”
Robinson stated the following mission: “CFSA’s athletes will win medals at the Winter Olympics, World Championships and World Cups as a result of the CFSA creating a service-oriented organization by providing quality programs and services that builds people, trains athletes, (and) delivers champions.”
For more info see www.freestyleski.com and follow Robinson on Twitter at @hotdoggeneral
Photo of Bruce Robinson courtesy of CFSA.
SnowOnline Editor: Lori Knowles