Mrs Kristin KLOSTER AASEN

Entry in the IOC 2017
Born 04 January 1961

Mrs Kristin KLOSTER AASEN

NOR

Education

Studies in political sciences and history, University of Minnesota (United States of America) (1979-1980); Criminology studies, University of Oslo (Norway) (1980-1981); Lawyer, University of Oslo (1990)

Career

Owner Brookhurst Farm, breeder of warmblood sports horses, West Sussex (Great Britain) (1989-); Board Member of Green Business AS (1989-1998); Strategic Adviser of Frydenbygg AS (Property, Tourism and Shipping) (1995-); Property Manager of Ullern Allé 41 AS (1999-2003); Board Member of Kloster Foundation (2001-); Board Member of Ostern Brug AS, Equestrian Centre (2006-); Board Member of Rikstotoklinikken Bjerke AS (2008-2012); Board Member of National Association of NGOs in Norway (2012-2016)

Sports administration

Member of the FEI Oslo Horse Show Organising Administrative Team (1996-); Board Member of the Norwegian Equestrian Federation (1997-1999); Vice-President (1999-2003), President (2003-2012) and Head of the working group for the harmonisation of anti-doping regulations (2007-2008) of Norwegian Equestrian Federation; National federations representative at the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Clean Sport Commission (2008-2009); Vice-Chair of Norwegian Warmblood (National studbook) (1998-2003); Board Member of Right to Play (2004-2010);2nd Vice-President (2011-2015) then 1st Vice-President (2015-2019) of the Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports (Norwegian NOC); Head of NOC working group for the assessment/elaboration of ownership of sports events in Norway (2013-2014); Member of the Oslo 2022 Winter Olympic Bid Committee (2013-2014)

Sports career

Equestrian (1976-1992)

Awards and distinctions

Honorary distinction of the Norwegian Equestrian Federation

IOC History

Chair of the Future Host Commission for the Games of the Olympiad (2019-); Member of the following Commissions: Sustainability and Legacy (2018-), Evaluation for the Olympic Winter Games 2026 (2018-2019)