Tsunekazu Takeda re-elected President of Japanese Olympic Committee

Tsunekazu Takeda has been re-elected as President of the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) at a JOC Executive Board meeting on Wednesday.

Takeda, who is also an ANOC Executive Council member, will serve as JOC President for his 10th consecutive two-year term having first been elected as President in October 2001.

Head of Japan Skating Federation Seiko Hashimoto; Japan Rowing Association executive  Eisuke Hiraoka and Yasuo Saito, the former Japanese ambassador to France, will serve as Vice-Presidents of the JOC.

Takeda will be joined by All Japan Judo Chairman Yasuhiro Yamashita, as head of development.

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