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Cycling - 19. April 2012.

Volunteers need you for UCI BMX World Championships

The organisers of the UCI BMX World Championships today announced they are seeking volunteers for the UCI BMX World Championships which take place in Birmingham at The National Indoor Arena from 24th to 27th May.

For further information please contact: Paul Rowlands paulrowlands@britishcycling.org.uk

Have you ever wanted to be part of a major international sports event? Do you want to be closer to the action than those in the stands? British Cycling and Birmingham City Council are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to fill the final few volunteer roles and become part of the team at the forthcoming UCI BMX World Championships between 24-27th May, offering an unmissable opportunity to see the world's best BMX racers up close and personal.

If being part of the event wasn't reward enough, every volunteer will receive an exclusive World Championship t-shirt, free meals and other exclusive benefits. Some of the roles required start from 21st May and are not just during competition time.

We have a limited number of exciting roles still available so whether you fancy escorting elite athletes to the anti-doping area as an Anti-Doping Chaperone, assisting with the security of bikes and equipment in team areas as a Wings Checkpoint Assistant, helping competitors line up to race on the track as a Pre Staging - Race Marker or any of the other roles available, there's plenty of opportunity for you to get involved and experience the world's best BMX racing at the same time.

If you'd like to be a part of the team make sure you don't miss out on the last few places by registering your interest here before 7th May:

To keep up to date with all the latest news make sure you visit www.bmxbmxworldchamps.co.uk<http://www.bmxbmxworldchamps.co.uk> follow the BMX World Championships official twitter feed @BMXWorlds

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