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Johan Lindstrom

BMX Sports Coordinator

UCI

HQ Phone:  (802) 254-6033

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Brattleboro, Vermont,05302

United States

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Employment History

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Chief Executive Officer

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Affiliations

ULTIMATE SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT , INC.

BOARD OF ADVISORS Member


Olympic Games

UCI Technical Delegate


Zhang Kai

UCI BMX Coordinator, Beijing Olympic Committee Member


World Championships

UCI Technical Delegate


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History 2015-2016

universityofbmx.com [cached]

After 15 years of running UCI BMX Supercross World Cups, Johan Lindström and his Global Supercross/GSX inc. organization will be replaced by UCI BMX for 2016.
Remark by Gerrit Does: Johan Lindström (from Sweden) started to work for the UCI on July 1, 2000. He replaced Jeroen Vrijdag (from Holland) who left the UCI a few months before. Johan Lindström was appointed UCI BMX ánd TRIALS COORDINATOR. Johan got involved in promoting and organising BMX World Cup - Supercross events more and more. UCI re-thinking the position of the BMX Coordinator job over time, decided to return to their core business. Lindström resigned from the UCI job and excepted a position as CEO within the new formed Global Supercross Events inc. a business orientated promotion and organization company. On January 1st. GSX inc. became a fact. Several circumstances caused GSX inc. to stop their activities ending 2015. So for 10 years Johan Lindström worked within the UCI organisation/office and for 5 years as independent GSX inc. running the UCI WC-SX events. BMX Coördinator Jeroen Vrijdag (Holland) resigned and Johan Lindström (Sweden) took his position at the UCI office in Aigle Switzerland and he started to work there on July 1 st. 2000. He became the new UCI Cooridinator BMX ánd Trials. Johan Lindström's background originaly was Alpine downhill skiing and downhill mountain biking. He organzed multiple Mountain Bike World Cups and in 1999 the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships, all in Äre, Sweden. During the following years, Johan Lindström got more and more involved in organizing the UCI BMX World Cup events. Johan Lindström said it became obvious that the format could work and the riders liked the idea of combining traditional BMX with this new Supercross Format. 2011 that Johan Lindström left the UCI and became thé man of a new business oriented organization called GSX - Global SX Events inc. The World Cup / Supercross events were mainly funded by the UCI, but since 2011 when GSX inc. became a fact, the investment in the World Cup/Supercross events had come from private funds rather then UCI's. Since then Johan worked closely with some of the top riders to fine tune the design of the starting ramp, also knowing that Elite Women would ride the ramp from now on. Johan Lindström stopped his activities as CEO.


On the road to UNION CYCLISTE INTERNATIONALE at Aigle (Switzerland : Suisse) - 3Riding

3Riding.com [cached]

Nous nous annonçons à l'accueil et demandons à rencontrer Johan Lindstrom.
We introduce ourselves to the reception and ask to meet Johan Lindstrom. By waiting near the library, JP is discovering, quickly a book that talks to Brittany, we are (History Cycling Breton). We met the affable Swede Johan Lindstrom, this average sized man is sculpted like a rock, he is the coordinator for the UCI BMX. Comfortably installed in the cafeteria, Johan offers us coffee and explains the functioning of the UCI and ongoing projects. After an hour discussion, Johan makes us the official visit of the incredible building, which has an incredible indoor velodrome, an indoor gymnastic area (for the Swiss national team), a repair bike room, a body building room in which we see THOMAS ALLIER coaching and mentoring younger atlhètes. It is interesting to note that Thomas has a good advices and as it had already been with Johan, during our interview a few moments ago. It is past 12 o'clock and we let Johan by thanking him for his time, his explanations and the good advice. Of course, a big thank Johan Lindstrom for welcoming us with a very kindness.


www.universityofbmx.com

After 15 years of running UCI BMX Supercross World Cups, Johan Lindström and his Global Supercross/GSX inc. organization will be replaced by UCI BMX for 2016.
Remark by Gerrit Does: Johan Lindström (from Sweden) started to work for the UCI on July 1, 2000. He replaced Jeroen Vrijdag (from Holland) who left the UCI a few months before. Johan Lindström was appointed UCI BMX ánd TRIALS COORDINATOR. Johan got involved in promoting and organising BMX World Cup - Supercross events more and more. UCI re-thinking the position of the BMX Coordinator job over time, decided to return to their core business. Lindström resigned from the UCI job and excepted a position as CEO within the new formed Global Supercross Events inc. a business orientated promotion and organization company. On January 1st. GSX inc. became a fact. Several circumstances caused GSX inc. to stop their activities ending 2015. So for 10 years Johan Lindström worked within the UCI organisation/office and for 5 years as independent GSX inc. running the UCI WC-SX events. BMX Coördinator Jeroen Vrijdag (Holland) resigned and Johan Lindström (Sweden) took his position at the UCI office in Aigle Switzerland and he started to work there on July 1 st. 2000. He became the new UCI Cooridinator BMX ánd Trials. Johan Lindström's background originaly was Alpine downhill skiing and downhill mountain biking. He organzed multiple Mountain Bike World Cups and in 1999 the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships, all in Äre, Sweden. During the following years, Johan Lindström got more and more involved in organizing the UCI BMX World Cup events. Johan Lindström said it became obvious that the format could work and the riders liked the idea of combining traditional BMX with this new Supercross Format. 2011 that Johan Lindström left the UCI and became thé man of a new business oriented organization called GSX - Global SX Events inc. The World Cup / Supercross events were mainly funded by the UCI, but since 2011 when GSX inc. became a fact, the investment in the World Cup/Supercross events had come from private funds rather then UCI's. Since then Johan worked closely with some of the top riders to fine tune the design of the starting ramp, also knowing that Elite Women would ride the ramp from now on. Johan Lindström stopped his activities as CEO.


www.bmxmania.com

Johan Lindström, the UCI's BMX Sports Coordinator added, "The UCI is very excited about the idea of having an official UCI BMX video game.


www.bmxmania.com

According to UCI BMX Sports Co-ordinator, Johan Lindstrom, "Maris Strombergs is the man to beat!
In the record books only a few riders have back-to-back wins at the World Championships, " explained Lindstrom. "The competitive level amongst the women has never been better," said Lindstrom.


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