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- January 1960 (age 60) Vice Minister of the State General Administration of Sports Former Director of Beijing Municipal Bureau of Sports (2010-2015) Duan Shijie March 1952 (age 68) Former Vice Minister of the State General Administration of Sports (1999-2013) Yu Zaiqing: April 1951 (age 69) Vice President of the International Olympic Committee
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Rome 25 August 1960. The Italian delegation (ITA). Official opening of the Games by: President Giovanni Gronchi. Lighting the Olympic Flame by: Giancarlo Peris (athletics) Olympic Oath by: Adolfo Consolini (athletics) Official Oath by: The officials' oath at an Olympic Summer Games was first sworn in 1972 in Munich.
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List. The following is a list of Vice Presidents of the United States. Vice presidency Vice President Party Election President 1 April 21, 1789 March 4, 1797
Henri, Comte de Baillet-Latour was elected IOC president in 1925, after the founder of the modern Olympic Movement, Baron de Coubertin, stepped down from the post to become honorary president. The Belgian Comte led the IOC until his death in 1942, when he was succeeded by his vice-president Sigfrid Edström.