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Lamboy appointed by Puerto Rican Olympic Committee

Jaime Lamboy, FIVB Legal Commission president, has additional responsibilities as director of high performance division of the Puerto Rican Olympic Committee

San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 9, 2013 – Jaime Lamboy, president of FIVB Legal Commission and for many years a member of NORCECA Legal Commission has been named Director of the High Performance Division of the Puerto Rican Olympic Committee.
Lamboy was introduced as new director by Sara Rosario, president of the Puerto Rican Olympic Committee during a ceremony held at the headquarters of the institution in San Juan on Tuesday.

“Mr. Lamboy has the experience in sport management, with a master degree in sports law, and has all the necessary capabilities to fulfill the position as director of the high performance division,” Rosario said.

Rosario, who was elected to the presidency of COPUR at the end of last year, has been busy while putting together the human resources as the organization embraces the new Olympic cycle which also includes the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz, Mexico, the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada and the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

“To be in charge of the High Performance Division is a real challenge,” Lamboy said. “Now I have the chance to work in favor of Puerto Rican sport in a more ample way since up to now I have worked in one discipline at a time.”

During his career, Lamboy has been Director of the Men’s Volleyball Superior League and Director of Volleyball National Teams. He also has worked as Director of Operations of the Basketball National Federation.

“We will analyze all the programs, projects and formulas used over the past four years,” Lamboy added. “Those that were successful we are going to keep but those that didn’t work properly we will try with new strategies.”

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