William (Bill) Bailey (AUS)
William Bailey
Date of birth 25 December 1946
Nationality Australian
Languages English
Profession
School Teacher and Sports Administration
Executive Director Oceania Amateur Athletic Association
Positions held within the IAAF
Council Member since 1998
Oceania Area Representative
Member Development Commission since 1998
Member Finance Commission since 1998
Member Competition Commission since 1999

Additional Information
1991-1995
Manager, Policy and International Relations, Australian Sports Commission
1993-1995
Member, Board of Studies, Australian College of Sports Education
1993-1995
Member, Management Committee, Australia-South Pacific 2000 Sports Program
1993-1996, 1999-to date
Member, Board of Directors, Athletics Australia
1994-1995
Chairman, National Sports Injuries Prevention Taskforce (Australia)
1995
Manager, Australian Team, 5th IAAF World Championships, Gothenburg
1995-2000
Competitions Manager, Athletics, Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games 2000 (SOCOG)
1996
Chief-of-Staff, 6th IAAF World Junior Championships, Sydney
1999
IAAF Delegate, South Pacific Games, Guam
2001
Technical Delegate, IAAF World Championships, Edmonton
Organisational Delegate, IAAF Grand Prix Final, Melbourne
To find out more on Bill Bailey, click here to read the interview published in the February 2000 edition of the IAAF Newsletter.
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President (8 November 1999 -)
Lamine Diack (SEN)

Senior Vice President
Dr Arne Ljungqvist (SWE)

Vice Presidents
Dapeng Lou (CHN)
Dr. Helmut Digel (GER)
Amadeo Francis (PUR)


Honorary Treasurer
H Robert H Stinson (GBR)

General Secretary
 
Istvan Gyulai (HUN)

Members
William Bailey (AUS)
Sergey Bubka (UKR)
Leonard Chuene (RSA)
Nawal El Moutawakel - Bennis (MAR)
Alpheus Finlayson (BAH)
R. Gesta De Melo (BRA)
Gianni Gola (ITA)
Robert Hersh (USA)
Abby Hoffman (CAN)
A. Juantorena Danger (CUB)
Suresh Kalmadi (IND)
Isaiah Kiplagat (KEN)
Neville McCook (JAM)
C. Moreno Bravo (MEX)
José Maria Odriozola (ESP)
Jung-Ki Park (KOR)
Jean Poczobut (FRA)
Jamel Simohamed (ALG)
Igor Ter-Ovanesian (RUS)
Taizo Watanabe (JPN)
Hansjörg Wirz (SUI)