The Swedish Olympic Committee (SOC) (Swedish: Sveriges Olympiska Kommitté (SOK)) is the Swedish National Olympic Committee (NOC). The Swedish Olympic Committee organize the Swedish participation in the Olympics, choose the participants and run the "Elitprogrammet".
|Created||27 April 1913|
|Secretary General||Gunilla Lindberg|
Members of the committee are 45 sports federations, which elect the Executive Council composed of the president and twelve members.
The Swedish Olympic Committee has had the following presidents:
|Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf||1913–1933|
|Prince Gustaf Adolf||1933–1947|
|Carl Gustav Anderberg||1997–2000|
|Mats Årjes||2018– present|
Notable names of the International Olympic CommitteeEdit
|Viktor Balck||Original member||1894–1921|
|Sigfrid Edström||Former President||1942–1952|
|Gunilla Lindberg||Vice President||2001–2013|
The committee of the SOC is represented by:
- President: Mats Årjes
- Vice Presidents: Per Palmström, Maria Damgren-Nilsson
- Secretary General: Gunilla Lindberg
- IOC members: Gunilla Lindberg, Stefan Holm
- Members: Katarina Henriksson, Malin Eggertz Forsmark, Olle Dahlin, Anders Larsson, Hans von Uthmann, Anette Norberg, Anna Laurell Nash, Stefan Holm, Peter Reinebo
The Swedish 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 38 Olympic Summer and seven Winter Sport Federations and the 17 Non-Olympic Sport federations in Sweden.