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Anselmo López (Espagne)
Né(e) en mai jeudi, 1910, dans in Velayos, Spain.
Nationalité:
Espagne

Consacré en tant que personnalité marquante intronisé(e) au FIBA Hall of Fame en mars jeudi, 2007.

Temps forts

  • Internationally known as the ‘Father of Mini-Basketball’, Anselmo López played, coached and managed basketball at all possible levels
  • Head coach of the Spanish Basketball National Team: 1947-1950
  • President of the Spanish Basketball Federation: 1966-1971
  • Member of the Spanish Olympic Committee: 1965
  • Vice President of the Spanish Olympic Committee: 1967-1971
  • Head of Mission of the Spanish Delegation in 4 Summer Olympic Games (Mexico 1968, Munich 1972, Montreal 1976 and Moscow 1980) and in the 1972 Sapporo Winter Olympic Games
  • Secretary General of the Spanish Olympic Committee: 1971-1986
  • Secretary General of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC): 1980-1981
  • Director of Olympic Solidarity of the IOC: 1980-1997
  • Treasurer of ANOC: 1981-1996
  • Vice President of the Organizing Committee of the 1982 FIFA World Championship in Spain

Distinctions & Récompenses

  • Gran Cruz de la Real Orden del Mérito Civil (top civil distinction in Spain, awarded by the Spanish Government): 1991
  • FIBA Order of Merit in 1994
  • Centenary Award of the Spanish Olympic Committee: 1994
  • Honorary Director of Olympic Solidarity: 1997-200
  • Olympic Spirit Prize, awarded by the Association of Spanish Olympic Sportsmen