Park Joo-hee (43), secretary-general of the International Sports Strategy Committee (ISF), became the first Korean woman to be appointed to the executive committee of the International Swimming Federation.
On the 15th, the Korea Swimming Federation (Chairman Jeong Chang-hoon) announced that “the International Swimming Federation held the 2022 extraordinary general meeting in Melbourne, Australia on the 12th and newly appointed 13 executive members, including Secretary General Park.”
Secretary-General Park, who is currently a member of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), became the third Korean to serve as an executive member of the International Swimming Federation, following former President Lee Myung-bak and Korea Sports Council President Lee Ki-heung. She said that Secretary-General Park was recognized for her efforts to create the right sports environment in various fields, including overseeing doping control at several international competitions held in Korea, including the 2019 Gwangju World Aquatics Championships. 토토사이트
Member Park is a member of the World Swimming Federation Executive Committee, which consists of 37 members, including Sarah Keane, the first female president of the Irish Olympic Committee, and Octilia Janzercak, president of the Polish Swimming Federation, and has a say in major decisions in the swimming world.
Commissioner Park said through the federation that day, “We will actively work so that the voice of Korea can be reflected on the international stage, including the upcoming 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games and 2024 Paris Olympics, and strive to contribute to our athletes.” told