Vladimír Černušák

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Vladimír Černušák (born November 25, 1921 in Nové Mesto nad Váhom , † January 15, 2018 in Bratislava ) was a Slovak sports official.


Vladimír Černušák served as a cadet in the Slovak army and was involved in the Slovak national uprising against the occupation by the German Wehrmacht in August 1944 . He was captured during the fighting, but escaped on the transport to Leopold .

After the end of the Second World War , Černušák studied geography and sports at the Comenius University in Bratislava . After completing his studies, he worked as a sports teacher at the University's Faculty of Physical Education and Sports. He also worked for the Ministry of Education and the Faculty of Education at Charles University in Prague . From 1963 to 1966 he was Vice Rector of Comenius University, in 1975 he was awarded the title of professor.

Sports administration

Vladimír Černušák was a member of the Czechoslovak NOK and was vice-president from 1969 to 1992. Before the division of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the NOK of Slovakia was founded. Černušák was elected the first president of the committee. He held the office until 1999, after which he became honorary president.

IOC membership

In 1981, Vladimír Černušák was elected an IOC member. In 2001 his membership ended for reasons of age, since then he has been an honorary member.

See also

Individual proof

  1. Zomrel prvý šéf Slovenského olympijského výboru Vladimír Černušák

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