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Date
12 Dec 2001
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IOC News , Press Release

The IOC to consider ten candidates for membership


The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today in Lausanne nominated ten candidates for membership to the IOC in accordance with Rule 20 and its bye-laws of the Olympic Charter.

The IOC Session, the assembly of all its members, will vote to elect these candidates as IOC members during the 113th Session in Salt Lake City that will take place from 4 to 6 February 2002.

The candidates for IOC membership are:
















































































Name

Nationality

Year of birth

Quality

Type of candidature

HRH the Prince Nawaf Fahd Abdul Aziz

KSA

1978

NOC

Candidature linked to a function within an NOC or an association of NOCs (bye-law 2.2.3 to Rule 20) - NOC Vice-President

Mr Kikis Lazarides

CYP

1935

NOC

Candidature linked to a function within an NOC or an association of NOCs (bye-law 2.2.3 to Rule 20) - NOC President

Mr Yong Sung Park

KOR

1940

IF

Candidature linked to a function within an IF or an association of IFs (bye-law 2.2.2 to Rule 20) - IJF President

Mr Patrick Chamunda

ZAM

1945

Ind.

member

Candidature linked to bye-law 2.2.4 to Rule 20

HH Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani

QAT

1980

NOC

Candidature linked to a function within an NOC or an association of NOCs (bye-law 2.2.3 to Rule 20) - NOC President

Mrs Sandra Baldwin

USA

1939

NOC

Candidature linked to a function within an NOC or an association of NOCs (bye-law 2.2.3 to Rule 20) - NOC President

Mr Kai Holm

DEN

1938

Ind.

member

Candidature linked to bye-law 2.2.4 to Rule
20

Mr François Narmon

BEL

1934

CNO

Candidature linked to a function within an
NOC or an association of NOCs (bye-law 2.2.3 to Rule 20) - NOC President

Mr Youssoupha Ndiaye

SEN

1938

Ind.

member

Candidature linked to bye-law 2.2.4 to Rule 20

Mr Matthew Pinsent CBE

GBR

1970

Active Athlete

Candidature linked to bye-law 2.8.3 to Rule 20 . Active athlete - sport : rowing  - length of term 2004 (to replace Mr Jan Zelezny who has resigned)


The 113th IOC Session will also elect on 23 February four active athletes who themselves will have been elected by their peers to the Athletes’ Commission. The two members elected with the highest number of votes of the athletes will be elected for a term of eight years, and the two members with the next highest number of votes will be elected for a term of four years.

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