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Indonesian Olympic Committee

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Country/Region  Indonesia
Created  1946
Continental Association  OCA
Code  INA
Recognized  1952
Headquarters  Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian Olympic Committee

Indonesian Olympic Committee (Indonesian: Komite Olimpiade Indonesia, abbreviate: KOI) is the national Olympic committee of Indonesia and the member of Olympic Council of Asia. Their duty is to organize Indonesian participation in international sporting events, such as Olympic Games, Asian Games, Southeast Asian Games, etc. As well as submitting bid for Indonesia as the host, planning and organizing official international sporting events to be held in Indonesia. This functions was previously held by National Sports Committee of Indonesia (Indonesian: Komite Olahraga Nasional Indonesia or KONI).

KOI was separated from KONI in 2005 according to Undang-Undang Nomor 3 Tahun 2005 about National Sport System, and further enforced with Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 17 Tahun 2007 about the organizing of sporting events. KOI was the member of International Olympic Committee (IOC) since March 11, 1952.

Organization

The Executive Council

  • President: Rita Subowo
  • Vice President: Erick Thohir
  • Secretary General: Timbul Thomas Lubis
  • Vice Secretary General: Hifni Hasan
  • Treasurer: Edwin Soeryadjaya
  • Vice Treasurer: Triyuti Mahargjani
  • References

    Indonesian Olympic Committee Wikipedia


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