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Education and Professional Experience


Education Legal career Law degree and doctorate (Neuchtel, Zurich and Cambridge) Qualification as Attorney at Law Founder of Oswald Law firm Attorney for many major companies since 1973 Legal consultant in commercial and contract law Negotiated important contracts for major companies Attorney specialised in sports law President of the Bar (Neuchtel, 1990-1993) Professor at the University of Neuchtel since 2001 Lectured in Association law Lectured on organisation of world sport Lectured on legal implications in event management Professor in the International Master in Management, Law and Humanities of Sport since 2000 Visiting Professor at the University of Paris I (Panthon-Sorbonne) Visiting Professor at the Universities of Zurich and Lausanne CAS Arbitrator since 1984 CAS Mediator since 1994 Director of the CIES since 2000 President of the Scientific Committee of the International Master in Management, Law and Humanities of Sport since 2000 Member of the Swiss Ice Hockey League appeals chamber (1976-1991) French, English, German Spanish and Italian (good knowledge)

University career

Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) Swiss Ice Hockey League Languages

Athlete and coach


Rowing Competed in three Olympic Games Bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Mexico (1968) and 2 Olympic diplomas (Munich 1972 and Montreal 1976) Finished 4th at the World Rowing Championships (1974) and 6th at the European Rowing Championships (1969) 13 x Swiss Champion Coach of several Swiss crews for international competition National university Ice Hockey vice-champion

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International experience in sport administration


At the origin of the Swiss Olympic Committees first Athletes Commission and member (1969-1976) Member of the Swiss Olympic Committee Executive Board since 1985 Deputy Secretary General of the Swiss Olympic Committee (1985-1996) FISA World Rowing Secretary General of FISA (1978-1989) President of FISA since 1989 ASOIF President of ASOIF (2000-2012) IOC Member of the IOC since 1991 Member of the IOC Executive Board (2000-2012) Chairman of the Coordination Commissions for the Athens 2004 and London 2012 Olympic Games Member of the IOC Juridical Commission since 1993 Member of the IOC Medical Commission since 1995 Member of the IOC Disciplinary Commission since 2000 Vice-chairman or member of numerous other commissions including: IOC Admission Commission (1992-1998) IOC Olympic Movement Commission (1989-1999) IOC Evaluation Commission for the 2004 Olympic Summer Games (1996-1997) IOC Coordination Committee for the Sydney, Athens, Beijing and London Olympic Summer Games IOC 2000 Reform Commission IOC 2000 Reform Follow-up Commission IOC Olympic Collectors Commission (1994-1999) IOC Olympic Philately, Numismatic and Memorabilia Commission (2000-2001) Co-author of the Olympic Movement Medical Code, the Olympic Movement AntiDoping Code and the World Anti-Doping Code SportAccord Member of the board of SportAccord since 2001 World Masters Games Member of the board of the World Masters Games since 1993 Socit nautique de Club President (1976-1980) Neuchtel (Suisse) NOC Swiss Olympic Committee

Major achievements
IOC ASOIF FISA IOC IFs Olympic Games Active participation in all debates of the Executive Board for 12 years Reestablishment of unity among International Sports Federations and an increase in the services provided to them Contributed to the increase in universality of rowing (the number of affiliated associations rose from 67 to 137) Improvement of the relationship between the Olympic Movement and the International Federations (IFs) The success of the Olympic Games in Athens despite numerous difficulties and of the Olympic Games in London which are now a benchmark for future Olympic Games
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