Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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8.
In 1979 separated into a number of winter sport associations.
9.
Professor at Chengdu Physical Culture Institute.
10.
Professor at Wuhan Physical Culture Institute.
11.
Professor at Beijing Physical Culture Institute.

Y 3. CHINA OLYMPIC COMMITTEE

Established in May 1975, initially under the auspices of the All-China Sports Federation.

President Earliest
Latest
Zhong Shitong x
Mar 79
Mar 86
Li Menghua x
Mar 86
Apr 89
He Zhenliang x
Apr 89
Vice-Presidents
Chen Xian x
Mar 83
Apr 89
Dong Nianli x
Apr 89
Du Haoran x
Apr 89
( He Zhenliang) (1) x
Mar 86
Apr 89
Huang Feng(2) Apr 89
Huang Qianghui x
Apr 89
Ji Mingtao x
Apr 89
Ji Tong Apr 89
Li Furong x
Apr 89
( Li Menghua) x
Jan 80
Mar 86
Li Shubin x
Apr 89
Li Suguang x
Apr 89
Li Wei x
Apr 89
Li Wenyao x
Apr 89
Liu Xilin x
Apr 89
Lu Jindong x
Apr 89
Ma Qiwei x
Apr 89
Shen Jialin Apr 89
Wei Zhensan Apr 89
Wu Zhongyuan x
Apr 89
Xia Xiang x
May 82
Dec 83
d 1983
Xu Yinsheng x
Mar 86
Apr 89
Yuan Weimin x
Mar 86
(f) Zhang Caizhen x
Mar 86
Apr 89
(f) Zhang Huilan x
Jan 87
Apr 89
Secretary-General
Song Zhong x
Mar 79
Mar 86
Wei Jizhong x
Mar 86

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