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General Mounir SABET

General Mounir SABET

Mounir SABET
Entry in the IOC 1998
Country EGY (Egypt)
Born 29 October 1936, VENA
Education
BSc in Military Science, aeronautics (1956)

Career
Ex-Chairman of Egyptian Marsa Alam Aviation Services Board (retired); Ex-Chairman of Egyptian Aviation Services Board (retired)

Sports practised
Shooting, tennis, gymnastics

Sports career
National shooting team member (1965)

Sports administration
Volunteer training supervisor of the Egyptian team for its preparation for the Games of the XXIII Olympiad in Los Angeles in 1984; President of the Egyptian Shooting Federation (1984-1992, 2000-2004, 2004-2008) and Board Member (2008-2012) and Head Coach of Technical Committee (1992); official, Egyptian shooting team for the Games of the XXIV Olympiad in Seoul in 1988; Vice-President (1988-1990), President (1990-1992; 1996-2009) and then Honorary President (2009-) of the NOC; President of the African Shooting Confederation (1991-2013); Council Member of the International Shooting Federation (1991-2013); Head of the Egyptian delegation to the Mediterranean Games in Athens (1991), the Pan-Arab Games in Syria (1992) and the Games of the XXV Olympiad in Barcelona in 1992; 1st Vice-President of the organizing committee for the V All African Games in Cairo (1991); 2nd Vice-President of the Union of African Sports Confederation (UCSA) (1996-2011); 2nd Vice-President (1997-2008) and Member of the Executive Board of the Arab sports confederation (1997-2012); 2nd Vice-President and Member of the Executive Board of the International Mediterranean Games Committee (1997-2013); Council Member of the International Gymnastic Foundation

Awards and distinctions
ISSF Blue Cross Award (2002); ACNO Trophy of Merit (2002)

IOC History
Member of the following Commissions: Culture and Olympic Education (1999-), Coordination for the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad in Athens in 2004 (2000-2004), Women and Sport (2006-), Evaluation of the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in 2016 (2008-2009); Delegate Member for Security (2002-)