CANADIAN CYCLING ASSOCIATION
MOURNS THE PASSING OF RANDY STARKMAN
A true champion of sports passes away at age 51 in Toronto
(Ottawa, ON – April 16, 2012) The Canadian Cycling
Association would like to send its deepest condolences
to the family, friends and colleagues of Randy Starkman,
a prominent Canadian sports reporter and columnist with
the Toronto Star who passed away of pneumonia, in Toronto
at age 51.
“We are deeply saddened by the passing of Randy
Starkman, a true champion of amateur sports, a tireless
advocate of athletes from all sports in Canada. Randy
was always enthusiast in sharing the stories of our
athletes. Throughout his illustrious career covering
12 Olympic Games and countless major sport events, Randy
built warm relationships with sports administrators
and athletes alike in the Canadian Sport Community.
He will be missed by all of us,” said Greg Mathieu,
Chief Executive Officer and Secretary General of the
Canadian Cycling Association.