During its general meeting in June, a small wind of change blew over the badminton club of Brives-Charensac.
Like all associations, the CBBCHL suffered from the Covid period: loss of licensees, troops more difficult to motivate… After having effectively carried the club for several years, the office in place gradually lost steam and s is presented as resigning.
120 participants in the 21st Velay tournament
This change took place after a final successful event: the 21st edition of the Velay tournament which brought together more than 120 participants.
This departure had been announced for several months and this delay allowed the constitution of a new motivated office with a co-presidency of Aurore Treille and Kevin Eyraud, a treasury of Florian Habouzit and a secretariat of Florent Maurizot.
The creation of a parent/child license
The challenge is significant for this new team which has announced its program on different axes. Conviviality will remain the driving force with, for example, a revitalization of certain slots, the redesign of the website or even the creation of a parent/child license to keep the family spirit of the association.
On the sporting side, the Brives-Charensac club has managed to hoist a regional team and intends to defend its place.
In Brives-Charensac, emphasis is also placed on youth with the planned labeling of the young school. “Badminton, a sport that aims to be unifying and physical, to discover from the start of the school year in September, whatever the age!”