The “Skate para Todos” group, represented by current President Eduardo Musa and Eduardo Dias (VP), was elected with a majority of votes (23) to work for national skateboarding in the 2021-2024 quadrennium. For the first time in the organization's 21 years, skateboarders themselves formed the majority of the Electoral College (15 out of 29 votes). “Skate é Mais”, represented by Rodil Junior, as the candidate for President and Jason Alexander (VP), scored 6 votes.
Claudinei Bio (25 votes), Warleiton Leitão (23 votes) and Renner Souza (21 votes) were also elected to the Fiscal Council, with Mario Hermani (10 votes) as an alternate.
"I am very happy. It is not an achievement of mine. It is an achievement of a working group, with a solid project, with the intention of developing and promoting national skateboarding, which in the last 3 years has made a big leap with the entry into the Olympic program. So, I feel very proud mainly because it is a sign of the approval of the skateboarding community”, says Eduardo Musa, who, in October 2017, assumed the Vice President position of the entity - Bob Burnquist as President - and, since June 2019, leads CBSk.
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