List of Members of The International Olympic Committee

List Of Members Of The International Olympic Committee


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List Of Members Of The International Olympic Committee - Presidents - Original Members of The International Olympic Committee
... Member Country Since Until Notes Mario Lucchesi-Palli Italy 1894 ... Demetrios Vikelas Greece 1897 ... President (1894–1896) Arthur Russell, 2nd Baron Ampthill Great Britain 1894 ...

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