List of members of the International Olympic Committee
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This is a list of members of the International Olympic Committee. According to the Olympic Charter, the members of the IOC "represent and promote the interests of the IOC and of the Olympic Movement in their countries and in the organisations of the Olympic Movement in which they serve". Currently there are 100 members, 48 honorary members and 2 honour members. Jacques Rogge is the Honorary President.
The chairperson of an international organization, who represents an Olympic sport (e.g. the chairman of the athletics IAAF), is represented in the IOC "ex officio" (i.e., because of that position).
- Athlete's commission members are elected for eight year terms.
Most honorary members are former members who, after finishing their terms of office, are made honorary members.
|Member||Country||Since||Honorary Since||Olympic participation||Notes|
|Count Jacques Rogge||Belgium||1991||2013||sailing (1968–1976)||IOC President (2001–2013)|
|Mr. Henry Kissinger||United States||2000|
|Mr. Youssoupha Ndiaye||Senegal||2017|
|Demetrios Vikelas||Greece||1894||1897||President (1894–1896)|
|Arthur Russell, 2nd Baron Ampthill||Great Britain||1894||1898|
|Alexei de Butowski||Russian Empire||1894||1900|
|Leonard A. Cuff||New Zealand||1894||1905|
|Charles Herbert||Great Britain||1894||1906|
|José Benjamín Zubiaur||Argentina||1894||1907|
|Ferenc Kemény||Austria-Hungary||1894||1907||First Secretary (1895–1907)|
|Ernest Callot||France||1894||1913||Treasurer (1894–1895)|
|William Milligan Sloane||United States||1894||1924|
|Baron Pierre de Coubertin||France||1894||1925||President (1896–1925)|
- IOC Members list
- "Home > The IOC > The Organisation: Presidents". Retrieved 20 February 2014.
- Coates Becomes Vice President, DeFrantz Joins Executive Board and Rogge Is Honorary President Archived 2013-09-14 at the Wayback Machine
- "IOC Members list". Official website of the Olympic Movement. Retrieved 2012-12-27.