Fitness Australia set for personnel change

In a shock revelation, Bill Moore today announced his retirement after two and a half years in the role of CEO of Fitness Australia, the peak national fitness body.

“It’s been an absolute thrill to lead the Association over the past couple of years, but I’ll be sixty five in a few weeks and it was time for me to take a look at my future as I head into retirement age” says Bill. “I plan to continue my interest in board and governance roles and my involvement in FILEX. Outside of that, I’m looking forward to spending more time with my other passions – my wife and family, training and messing around with motorbikes. I’ve been very fortunate to work with such a talented, hard-working group of passionate people, and with a tremendously supportive Board of Directors that have allowed the Association to transition to meet the contemporary fitness industry.”

Moore retires on the 10th of August 2018, the day before his 65th birthday.

“The board and team thank Bill for his time and energy, in steering Fitness Australia through the last two and a half years.” David Allan said. “A robust recruitment process has commenced to find a new CEO for Fitness Australia, who will work closely with the board and assist the Fitness Australia team in the evolution of the association.”