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HRH Prince Tunku IMRAN

HRH Prince Tunku IMRAN

Tunku IMRAN
Entry in the IOC 2006
Country MAS (Malaysia)
Born 21 March 1948
Education
University of Nottingham (LLB), Gray’s Inn (Barrister-At-Law)

Career
Group Company Secretary, National Corporation of Malaysia (1971-1972); Managing Director, Haw Par Malaysia (1973-1976); Chief Executive Officer, Antah Group of Companies (1977-2001); Group Chairman, Petra Group (2007-); Executive Chairman, Syarikat Pesaka Antah (2007-); Chairman (several public listed companies) (2007-): Aluminium Company of Malaysia and Lafarge Malayan Cement

Sports career
Squash national champion (1973) and member of the National Team (1973-1976); cricket, international tour to Hong Kong, China (1971); rugby, hockey and tennis at university

Sports administration
President of the Olympic Council of Malaysia (1998-); 2nd Vice-Chairman (2000-2003), 1st Vice-Chairman (2003-2011), then President (2011-) of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) (2000-2003); Chairman of the Sports Committee of the CGF (2003-); President (2000-2001), then Honorary Life President (2001-) of the Southeast Asian Games Federation; President (1989-1996) then Emeritus President (1996-2002) of the World Squash Federation (WSF); Patron of the WSF (2002-); Executive Board Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) (1997-1999, 2001-2008); Chairman of the Associate Members of the ICC (2001-2008); Vice-President of the Asian Cricket Council (1993-2004); member of the International Council of Arbitration for Sport (ICAS) (2002-); Board Member of the National Sports Council of Malaysia (1985-); Director of the Organising Committee of the XVI Commonwealth Games 1998, hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Sukom ’98) (1993-1999); President of the Malaysian Cricket Association (1991-); Founder Chairman of the Foundation for Malaysian Sporting Excellence (SportExcel); Chef de Mission of Malaysian delegation to the Games of the XXIV Olympiad in 1988 in Seoul

Awards and distinctions
Conferred the National Sports’ Leadership Award for 1990; the Most Esteemed Order of the Royal Family of YAM Tuan Raden, the Most Esteemed Order of the Crown of Malaysia, the Panglima Setia Mahkota (the Commander), which carries the title of “Tan Sri”, 1992; the Most Honourable Order of Negeri Sembilan, the Darjah Seri Paduka Negeri Sembilan (Knight Grand Commander), which carries the title of “Dato” Seri Utama’

IOC History
Member of the following Commissions: Sport & Law (2002-2014), Sport for All (2006-)