Spanish Olympic Committee

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July 6, 2022

The Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) is the institution that coordinates the Olympic activities in Spain. On January 11, 1924, the Spanish Olympic Committee was set up in Barcelona, ​​under the presidency of Baron de Güell.

Presidents of the Spanish Olympic Committee

1912-1921 Gonzalo de Figueroa y Torres, Marquis of Villamejor 1924-1926 Santiago Güell i López, Baron of Güell 1926-1931 Eusebio López y Díaz de Quijano, Marquès de Lamadrid 1933-1936 August Pi Sunyer 1941-1956 Jose Moscardó Ituarte, Count of the Palace of Toledo 1956-1967 José Antonio Elola-Olaso 1967-1970 Juan Antonio Samaranch Torelló, Marquess of Samaranch 1970-1975 Joan Gich Bech de Careda 1975-1976 Tomás Pelayo Ros 1976-1980 Benito Castejón Paz 1980-1983 Jesús Hermida Cebreiro 1983-1984 Roman Cuyás and Sol 1984-1987 Alfonso de Borbón and Dampierre, Duke of Cadiz 1987-1998 Carles Ferrer i Salat 1998-2002 Alfredo Goyeneche Moreno, Count of Guaqui 2002-2005 José María Echevarría y Arteche 2005- Alejandro Blanco Bravo

Spaniards who have been Presidents of the IOC

Juan Antonio Samaranch (1980-2001) Honorary President from 2001 until his death.

Spaniards who have been Members of the IOC

Infanta Pilar de Borbón (1996-2006) Honorary member since 2006 Manel Estiarte and Duocastella (2000-2004) Juan Antonio Samaranch (2001-2010) Alfredo Goyeneche Moreno (2000-2002)

Trajectory in the Olympic Games

1980 · 1984 · 1988 · 1992 · 1996 · 2000 · 2004 · 2008 · 2012 · 2016

See also

International Olympic Committee Olympic torch of the 1992 Summer Olympics

External links

Spanish Olympic Committee - Official website