Behind the Geraint Thomas Cycling Trust (GTCT) there have been some influential and dedicated people who have helped set-up the Trust.
Find out more about our Trustees below:
Adrian is a Senior Banker within NatWest representing the Bank and leading the strategic support of Commercial and mid Corporate sized businesses across south Wales. The role of a Banker has evolved and is becoming similar to what it was some 40+ years ago where the Bank is becoming a pillar of the community again and acts as a force for good where I am able to use my skills and network to help industry and Wales win by being purpose lead and supporting enterprise.
Mike has worked in advertising for over 30 years, starting his career with Saatchi Group before joining Golley Slater in Cardiff back in 1995. Over the past 20 years much of his work has been working on solving significant strategic business and communications problems for clients as diverse as UK and Welsh Government, The British Army, Mitsubishi Motors (UK and Europe), Transport for Wales, through to the Velothon.
Darren Tudor – Welsh Cycling Head Cycling Coach
Darren has been involved with two wheels since a very young age and ever since cycling has played a huge part in his life. Entering the sport through the club structure in Wales and then into competition, he’s understood first-hand the challenges faced by families due to his own family’s financial circumstances making it very hard for his parents to support his cycling ambitions. After many years of racing, Darren was then lucky enough to make it the profession and after 20 years he has seen the sport from a different angle and the various hurdles people must overcome to participate in cycling.
Chris has 20 years as a volunteer with Welsh Cycling, as: Event Organiser, Commissaire, Board Member, Chair, Race Support Volunteer. Volunteer with British Cycling (by invitation): Risk Advisory Group Member, Road Commission member (now Chair) and Tech Regs Working Group member. He has worked for GE Healthcare for ~35 years in various roles, including as a Project Manager, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Manufacturing Manager and Master Production Scheduler (Planning Manager).
Anne Adams-King – Welsh Cycling Chief Executive Officer
Forty years in sport as an athlete, coach and sports developer and administrator. Currently CEO of Welsh Cycling.
Owen is the Assistant Director for Insight, Policy, Public Affairs and Community Investments at Sport Wales. In this role he oversees the organisations research work, as well as having responsibility for distributing Welsh Government and Lottery funding to clubs and community groups in every corner of Wales. Outside the day job, he co-chairs the strategic management board of the Welsh Institute of Physical Activity, Health and Sport. Before joining Sport Wales, Owen had a passion for the role of sport in education and engaging young people, which stems from his time leading the policy, public relations and public affairs work in Wales for the UK’s largest teaching union.