Swedish Olympic Committee
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|Secretary General||Gunilla Lindberg|
The Swedish Olympic Committee (SOC) (Swedish: Sveriges Olympiska Kommitté (SOK)) is the Swedish National Olympic Committee (NOC). The Swedish Olympic Committee organize the Swedish participation in the Olympics, choose the participants and run the "Elitprogrammet".
The committee has 35 Olympic national federations members and 12 by the IOC national federations members.
The SOC was founded in 1913 and recognized by International Olympic Committee in the same year.
The Swedish Olympic Committee has had the following presidents
|Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf||1913–1933|
|Prince Gustaf Adolf||1933–1947|
|Carl Gustav Anderberg||1997–2000|
|Hans Vestberg||2016– present|
Notable names of the International Olympic Committee
|Viktor Balck||Original member||1894–1921|
|Sigfrid Edström||Former President||1942–1952|
|Gunilla Lindberg||Vice President||2001–2013|
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