Golden 25 -- Swedish Sports Leader, IOC Member #10 Gunilla Lindberg

(ATR) The IOC member from Sweden, Gunilla Lindberg, holds key international posts as one of the leading women in the Olympic Movement.

Lindberg, 65, became an IOC member in 1996. She currently serves as a member of the Executive Board, which faces important decisions in 2013.

She is also secretary general of the Association of National Olympic Committees. That position has given her membership on the IOC coordination commissions for the next three Olympics, a unique status. She chairs the commission for the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang.

Lindberg is secretary general of the Swedish NOC, a post she has held since 1989.

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Written and reported by the ATR Staff.

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