Guatemalan Olympic Committee

The Guatemalan Olympic Committee (Spanish: Comité Olímpico Guatemalteco, abbreviated as COG) is a non-profit organization serving as the National Olympic Committee of Guatemala and a part of the International Olympic Committee and PASO. It was formed in 1947 and recognized by the IOC that same year.

Guatemalan Olympic Committee
Country/Region Guatemala
CodeGUA
Created1947
Recognized1947
Continental
Association
PASO
HeadquartersGuatemala City, Guatemala
PresidentGerardo Rene Aguirre Oestmann
Secretary GeneralJuan Carlos Sagastume Bendaña
Websitewww.cog.org.gt

PresidentsEdit

President Term
Roberto Barrios Peña 1947-1948
Edmundo R. Nanne 1948-1950
Humberto González Juárez 1951-1952
Alfonso Martínez Estévez 1952-1953
Miguel Massis 1953-1954
Augusto Putzeys Rojas 1954-1955
Manuel Ruano Mejía 1956
Julio Illescas Rojas 1956-1957
Roberto Ortiz y Ortiz 1958-1959
Julio Flores Toledo 1959-1960
Justo Ramiro García 1960-1961
Donaldo Álvarez Ruíz 1962-1963
Tomas Villamar Contreras 1967-1968
Enrique García de León 1969-1970
Luis Canella Gutiérrez 1970-1973
Alejandro Giammattei Cáceres 1973-1981
Kenneth J. Downing 1981-1982
Willi Kaltschmitt Lujan 1983-1993
Fernando Beltranena Valladares 1993-2009
Sergio Camargo Muralles 2009-2013
Gerardo Rene Aguirre Oestmann 2014-present

Executive committeeEdit

The committee of the Guatemalan Olympic Committee is represented by:[1]

  • President: Gerardo Rene Aguirre Oestmann
  • Vice Presidents: Juan Carlos Sagastume
  • IOC Member: Willi Kaltschmitt Luján
  • Members: Lorena Toriello, Claudia Rivera, Rafael Cuestas

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