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H.S.H. Albert II

Sovereign Prince of Monaco, IOC member.

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Sovereign Prince of Monaco, IOC member

Born on 14 March 1958

Education:
Amherst College, Massachusetts (USA); graduated in Political Sciences

Career:
1981-1982: sub-lieutenant in the French Navy
1982: became lieutenant in the French Navy
1982: President of the Monegasque Red Cross
1982: Vice-President of the Princess Grace Foundation
1983: management trainee, Wells Rich and Greene, advertising and public relations agency (New York)
1983: management trainee, Morgan Guaranty Bank (New York)
1984: management trainee, LVMH Group (Paris)
1985: management trainee, Rogers and Wells, international law firm (New York)
1993: President of the Television Festival of Monte-Carlo; Chairman of Economic Study Group Monaco
1993: Head of the delegation of Monaco at the United Nations General Assembly

Sports practised:
Athletics, rowing, football, handball, judo, swimming, tennis, riding, skiing, squash, golf, windsurfing, fencing, volleyball, bobsleigh

Sports career:
1972-1973: member of the winning team in district championships
1972-1973: black belt, 1st Dan, in judo; Academy champion in 4x100m freestyle swimming
1988: participated in bobsleigh at the Olympic Winter Games in Calgary
1992: participated in bobsleigh at the Olympic Winter Games in Albertville
1994: participated in bobsleigh at the Olympic Winter Games in Lillehammer
1998: participated in bobsleigh at the Olympic Winter Games in Nagano
2002: participated in bobsleigh at the Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City

Sports administration:
1984: President of the Monegasque Swimming and Athletics Federations
1984: head of the Monegasque delegation to the Games of the XXIII Olympiad in Los Angeles
1985: President of the Monaco Yacht Club
1987: founder and President of the Monegasque Bobsleigh, Luge and Skeleton Federations
1994: President of the NOC
1999: founder and President of the Monegasque Modern Pentathlon Federation
Creator of the Monaco-New York Trans Atlantic race
Honorary President of the International Union of Modern Pentathlon; Honorary President of the International Athletic Foundation; member of the Honorary Board of the International Paralympic Committee

IOC history:
1989-2008: Vice-Chairman of the Athletes' Commission
1990-1992: member of the Cultural Commission
1991-1996: member of the Coordination Commission for the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games
1997-1998: member of the Eligibility Commission
1998-2001: member of the Marketing Commission
2000-2006: member of the Nominations Commission
2000-2006: member of the Coordination Commission for the Turin 2006 Olympic Winter Games
2008: Honorary Member of the Athletes' Commission

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