Albert Pomortsev

Albert Ivanovich Pomortsev (Альберт Иванович Поморцев), born in 1939, is a Russian bandy executive. He was the president of the Federation of International Bandy in 1997-2005.[1] When he left the presidency, vice president Seppo Vaihela took over as acting president for a while before Boris Skrynnik was elected as his successor.

Pomortsev was also the president of the Russian Bandy Federation (Федерация хоккея с мячом России) in 1992-2009.

Preceded by
Sweden Staffan Söderlund
President of Federation of International Bandy
1997–2005
Succeeded by
Russia Boris Skrynnik

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