As of the 2008 Olympics, that would be Jacques Rogge of Belgium who was appointed president of the IOC in 2001. Previously, he had been an orthopedic surgeon, was a member of the Belgian sailing team in the 1972 and 1976 Olympic Games, and won 10 caps with the Belgian national Rugby team. He was appointed president of the European Olympic Committee in 1989 and became a member of the IOC in 1991.
Jacques Rogge, head of the International Olympic Committee
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The president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is Count Jacques Rogge.
The International Olympic Committee is based in Switzerland and is the official governing body of the Olympic Games. The current president is Thomas Bach.
Juan Antonio Samaranch was President of the International Olympic Committee between 1980-2001. He was succeeded by Jacques Rogge who, as of 2009, is the current President of the IOC. Samaranch was given the title of honorary President for Life of the IOC after his retirement.
Nike is the current official uniform supplier to the International Olympic Committee for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia and for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. In the USA, Ralph Lauren has been the official outfitter to the US Olympic team for 2008, 2012, and 2012.
The current Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte has no designated first lady despite having Cielito Avanceña as his common-law wife. No other family member or any other individual has been designated as the current incumbent's first lady.
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Sharad Pawar is th current president of International Cricket Council.
According to the official International Olympic Committee's website, "Current Olympic Games programme (For the Beijing 2008 Summer Games) includes 35 sports and nearly 400 events. There are also past Olympic sports and sports recognised by the Olympic Movement." This obviously fluctuates from Olympics to Olympics and between Summer and Winter games.
Georgia announced on 9 August 2008 that it is considering withdrawing from the Beijing Olympic Games due to current military conflict in South Ossetia. On July 24, 2008, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) banned Iraq from competing in the 2008 Olympic Summer Games due to "political interference by the government in sports." For further reading a link is posted below.
Current (2011) members of the IOC representing Great Britain are Princess Anne, Sir Craig Reedie, Sir Philip Craven, and Adam Pengilly.Sir Craig Reedie;First time in last 50 years, UK got its representative on the International Olympic Committee Board, which effectively means a lot to UK due to impending 2012 Olympics in London.In the history of UK, Sir Craig is only the third person to hold the position on the board, after Lord Burghley (1928 Olympic 400m hurdles champion) and Lord Aberdare, both of whom played significant roles roles in the organisation of the 1948 Olympics in London.An accountant by profession, Sir Reedie served as president of the International Badminton Federation between 1981 and 1984. Knighted in 2005 for his exceptional services to sport, including playing a major role in London's successful 2012 Olympic bid, he also served as chairman of the British Olympic Association in 1992.