Mr. John Anderson reports
TRIUMPH GOLD ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF BRIAN MAY AS COMPANY PRESIDENT
Triumph Gold Corp. has appointed Brian May, PGeo, as president, effective Oct. 1, 2021. Mr. May has held the title of chief geoscientist with Triumph Gold since November, 2020, and was an integral part of the exploration team that prepared and executed the 2021 exploration program at Freegold Mountain.
"Brian has been instrumental working with our technical team for the past 11 months at bringing the Freegold Mountain project to a stage where we can develop the resources on the property quickly," said chairman John Anderson. "Brian has an in-depth knowledge of the Western Cordillera having worked in the Yukon, British Columbia, California, Arizona and Nevada. He has built incredible value for the projects he was involved with, which will help Triumph immediately."
Most recently, Mr. May was a senior geologist with Elko Mining Group, where he was a key member of the geology team helping advance and optimize several high-profile gold projects in Nevada including Goldfield, Ruby Hill, Spring Valley and Pinson and Mineral Park in Arizona. He has also previously held roles with New Gold Inc. as an ore control geologist and exploration geologist, where he helped increase resources and reserves through drilling and modelling at the Mesquite gold mine in California and the New Afton copper-gold mine and Blackwater gold project in B.C. He brings a highly regarded professional reputation, solid leadership skills, team building capabilities, excellent geological intuition and a strong technical background.
Mr. May is a registered professional geoscientist with the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC) and is also a director with North Valley Resources Ltd.
About Triumph Gold Corp.
Triumph Gold is a Canada-based, growth-oriented exploration and development company with a district-scale land package in mining-friendly Yukon. The company's 100-per-cent-owned, road-accessible, flagship Freegold Mountain project is in the Dawson Range copper-gold belt and is host to three National Instrument 43-101 mineral deposits (Nucleus, Revenue and Tinta Hill). The project is 200 square kilometres and covers an extensive section of the Big Creek fault zone, a structure directly related to epithermal gold and silver mineralization as well as gold-rich porphyry copper mineralization.
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