French National Olympic and Sports Committee
The French National Olympic and Sports Committee (French: Comité national olympique et sportif français, CNOSF) is the National Olympic Committee of France. It is responsible for France's participation in the Olympic Games, as well as for all of France's overseas departments and territories except French Polynesia.
|Secretary General||Jean Michel Brun|
The French Olympic Committee was established in 1894 in Paris. In 1972, by the merging with the National Sports Committee, has changed its name to the French National Olympic and Sports Committee.
List of presidentsEdit
This is following list of presidents:
Presidents of French Olympic Committee
|Pierre de Coubertin||1894-1913|
|Justinien de Clary||1913-1933|
|Jean de Beaumont||1967-1972|
Presidents of National Sports Committee
|Duvignau de Lanneau||1908-1909|
|Marquis de Chasseloup-Laubat||1909-1910|
|Duvignaud de Lanneau||1911-1912|
|Justinien de Clary||1913-1925|
Presidents of French National Olympic and Sports Committee
The French National Federations are the organizations that coordinate all aspects of their individual sports. They are responsible for training, competition and development of their sports. There are currently 33 Olympic Summer and three Winter Sport Federations in France.