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Dame Mary Alison GLEN-HAIG DBE

Dame Mary Alison GLEN-HAIG DBE

Mary Alison GLEN-HAIG DBE
Entry in the IOC 1982
Country GBR (Great Britain)
Born 12 July 1918, LONDON
Career
Senior Executive Officer, London Teaching Hospitals (1939-1973); Assistant District Administrator, South Hammersmith Health District (1974-1982); Chairman of HRH Princess Christian Hospital Windsor (1981-1985)

Sports practised
Fencing

Sports career
Participated in the fencing competitions at the Olympic Games from 1948 to 1960, at the Commonwealth Games from 1950 to 1958 and at Regional Games and World Championships from 1937 to 1959

Sports administration
Fencing representative for the NOC (1948-); member of the Executive Committee of the NOC (1972-); President of the Ladies’ Amateur Fencing Union (1964-1973); President of the Amateur Fencing Association (1973-1986); Honorary President of the British Fencing Association (1986-); British representative to the International Fencing Federation (FIE) (1972-1986); FIE Honoured Member (1999-); Chairman of the British Olympic Association Medical Trust (1989-1993); Chairman of the Central Council of Physical Recreation (1975-1981) then Vice-President (1982-); member of the British Sports Council (1966-1982); President of the British Sports Association for the Disabled (1981-1991) then Honorary Life President (1991-); Founder member and Vice-President of the Sports Aid Foundation

IOC History
Member of the IOC from 1982 to 1994; Honorary Member since 1994; member of the Medical Commission (1983-1993)