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Mr Iván DIBÓS

Mr Iván DIBÓS

Iván DIBÓS
Entry in the IOC 1982
Country PER (Peru)
Born 18 January 1939, LIMA
Education
Business Administration Studies at the University of Detroit and Dorsey Business School in Detroit, Michigan (USA); additional studies in Lima Higher Institute of Business Administration and at the Centre of Military Studies

Career
Companies Director; Board Member of industrial and commercial firms, banks; Chairman of the Board of Channel 11 TV station; Deputy Mayor (1978-1980, 1990-1992) then Mayor of Lima (1993-1995); Vice-President of Alliance française (1997-2001) then President (2002-); Vice-President of Panathlon Club of Lima (2002-); Vice-President (2005-2010) then President (2011-) of the Touring and Automobile Club of Peru; Vice-President of French Society of Medical Beneficence Assistance; Honorary Consul of Luxembourg; Honorary Consul of Monaco; President of the Peruvian Institute of Sport (with the rank of minister, 2003-2006)

Sports practised
Jogging, rowing, swimming, cycling

Sports career
Rowing: Peruvian champion Open Class (1957-1973); USA and Canadian champion in sculls and sweep oars (1957-1959); participated in South American and Pan-American Games (1959-1974); Masters Class champion in Argentina, USA and Peru (1974-2000)

Sports administration
President of the Peruvian Cycling Federation (1967-1968); Secretary of the Peruvian Rowing Federation (1971-1974) then treasurer (1980-1981); treasurer and member of the NOC (1982-); Olympic Solidarity course director of Itinerant School for Sports Administrators; Council Member (1998-2009) then Vice-President (2009-), World Taekwondo Federation (WTF); Vice-President of the Panathlon Club Lima (1999-); Chef de mission at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad in Sydney (2000)

Awards and distinctions
Sports Illustrated ’Pat on the Back’ Trophy (1959); Municipality of Lima Order of Commanders Cross Year (1980); Order of Knight of South American Rowing (2001); Gold Medal of Youth and Sports of the French Government (2001); Merit of Distinguished Services in the rank of Grand Officer, Peru (2004); Order of Honour and Merit awarded by South American Football Confederation; Officer of the Légion d'Honneur, France (2011)

IOC History
Member of the following Commissions: Television (1983-1984), Study and Evaluation for the Preparation of the Olympic Games (1984-1986), Culture and Olympic Education (1988-), Women and Sport (2005-), Radio and Television (2005-)