Mrs Gunilla LINDBERG

Entry in the IOC 1996
Born 06 May 1947
Mrs Gunilla LINDBERG

Mrs Gunilla LINDBERG

SWE

Sports administration

Head of Office (1969), Assistant Secretary General (1984) then Secretary General (1989-) of the Swedish Olympic Committee; administrative chief, Olympic Games (Winter and Summer) (1972, 1976, 1980); Board member of the Swedish Bob and Luge Federation (1976-1978); assistant Chef de Mission (1984-); Chief of Press (Winter and Summer Games, 1984-1996); member of the Association of National Olympic Committee (ANOC) Commission for the preparation of the Olympic Games (1989); jury member of the Svenska Dagbladets newspaper’s Bragdmedalj prize (the most prestigious award a Swedish athlete can receive); Board member of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) (1993-); member of the ANOC Executive Board (1995-2002), ANOC Secretary General (2004-)

IOC History

Member of the Executive Board (2000-2004) then (2011-2019); IOC Vice-President (2004-2008); Chair of the Evaluation (2011) and then Coordination Commission for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 (2011-2018); Member of the following Commissions: Women and Sport (1996-2000), Press (1997-2015), Olympic Programme (1998-), Evaluation for the XX Olympic Winter Games in 2006 (1998-1999), Coordination for the XX Olympic Winter Games Turin 2006 (2000-2006), “IOC 2000” (1999), IOC 2000 Reform Follow-up (2002), Coordination for the XXI Olympic Winter Games Vancouver 2010 (2003-2010), Coordination for the Games of the XXX Olympiad London 2012 (2005-2012), Olympic Solidarity (2005-), Coordination for the XXII Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014 (2007-2014), Coordination for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad Rio 2016 (2010-2016), Evaluation for the Games of XXXIII Olympiad in 2024 (2016-2017), Coordination for the Games of the XXXIII Olympiad Paris 2024 (2017-), Evaluation for the Youth Olympic Games 2022 (2018), Coordination for the Youth Olympic Games Dakar 2022 (2018-), Future Host Commission for the Olympic Winter Games (2019-); Remuneration Working Group (2005)