After six years at the helm, British Triathlon CEO Andy Salmon is stepping down from his role at the national governing body in early 2024 to take up the position of CEO at Swim England.
British Triathlon stated that the process to replace Salmon will ‘start imminently’. He originally joined the organisation in November 2017, having previously been Chair of Triathlon Scotland and throughout this time the organisation notes that it has ‘gone through significant growth’.
Bill James, Chair of British Triathlon said “We are naturally disappointed to be losing Andy in the early part of next year, but he will leave with our thanks and appreciation for all that he has achieved. We wish Andy the best of luck in his new role.
“With swim, bike run being the cornerstone of our sport we hope Andy will have every success at Swim England. British Triathlon is strongly positioned, with a clear strategy and we have an exciting future ahead.”
Andy Salmon said “This has been an incredibly difficult decision for me. It has been an incredible privilege to be the British Triathlon CEO and I am enormously grateful to the Board for the support they have shown me over the past six years.
“There is so much that I will miss about triathlon, not least the outstanding team of colleagues. However, the opportunity at Swim England is considerable and I will be very excited to start in that role early next year.”