British Cycling loses another CEO as acting boss Danielle Every announces job move

The organisation's search for a permanent CEO continues after Brian Facer's October departure

British Cycling CEO
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British Cycling will be looking for its third CEO in a matter of months after Danielle Every announced she would be leaving her acting CEO role in the spring. The organisation has already seen the departure of the previous boss Brian Facer, who left following a tumultuous year for British Cycling, having spent less than two years in the job.

Facer departed with immediate effect after an October announcement – apparently by "mutual agreement" with the board. Every stepped up from her role as chief delivery officer to the role of acting CEO, but it now seems she will be leaving too. She is to take up a position as chief operating officer at PGMOL – the organisation overseeing professional referees and match officials in England.

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