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Arthur Blick eyes FMU presidencyPublish Date: Dec 23, 2013
Arthur Blick eyes FMU presidency
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Arthur Blick says he loves the sport, has friends and also the experience.

By Johnson Were

Former national motocross champion Arthur Blick Jnr has announced his candidature for the Federation of Motorsport Clubs of Uganda (FMU) presidency in the coming elections set for February next year.

The practicing engineer and rally car driver confirmed his candidature on Sunday in an interview with New Vision, saying he will retire from active rallying to stand if it necessitates him to do so.

“I have decided and I am standing for the FMU presidency in the next elections,” he said.

“I love the sport, I have friends and experience in management of sports especially motorsport which will make my work easy.”

The nine-time national champion and eight-time winner of USPA motorcyclist of the year award pledged to work with clubs and past leaders to take the sport to another level.

Blick called for support in his candidature because he is always willing to work with the concerned parties in his administration.

“The leaders should have more knowledge on the experience the drivers and riders go through and that is why I feel that I am the best candidate,” he said.

In the race to the body’s top job is former FMU vice president in charge of technical affairs, Kisitu Mayanja who declared his interest last month.

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