A.T.F.S. Honor Board


The eleven “Track Nuts” that met to form the A.T.F.S.at the European Athletic Championships in Brussels in 1950 decided upon the inaugural Executive and Committee as follows:

PRESIDENT
Roberto QUERCETANI  (Italy)
SECRETARY
Fulvio REGLI  (Switzerland)
COMMITTEE
Harold ABRAHAMS  (United Kingdom,  Honorary President)
Bruno BONOMELI  (Italy)
Andre GREUZE  (Belgium)
Erick KAMPER  (Austria)
Norris McWHIRTER  (United Kingdom)
Eklehard zur MEGEDE  (Germany)
Donald POTTS  (U.S.A.)
Andre SENAY  (France)
Bjorn-Johan WECKMAN  (Finland)
Wolfgang WUNSCHE  (Germany)

Following on and ensuring this great tradition of statistical research, the following have held Executive positions with the A.T.F.S. over the years:

PRESIDENT
1950 – 1968  Roberto QUERCETANI  (Italy)
1968 – 1972  Rooney MAGNUSSON  (Sweden)
1972 – 1976  Donald H. POTTS  (U.S.A.)
1976 – 2000  Bob SPARKS  (Great Britain)
2000 – 2016  Paul JENES  (Australia)

VICE PRESIDENT, ,
2000 – 2016  A Lennart JULIN  (Sweden)

SECRETARY, ,
1950 – 1956  Fulvio REGLI  (Switzerland)
1956 – 1968  Norris McWHIRTER  (Great Britain)
1968 – 1972  Bob PHILLIPS  (Great Britain)
1972 – 1980  Fritz STEIMETZ  (Germany)
1980 – 1989  Andrew HUXTABLE  (Great Britain)
1989 – 1994  David MARTIN  (Great Britain)
1994 – 2010  Scott DAVIS  (U.S.A.)
2012 – 2016  Michael J. McLAUGHLIN  (Australia)

TREASURER, ,
1950 – 1952  Andre GREUZE  (Germany)
1952 – 1954  Helmer BROMAN  (Sweden)
1954 – 1958  Stig-Lennart NILSSON  (Sweden)
1958 – 1966  Andre SENAY  (France)
1966 – 1972  Alain BOUILLE  (France)
1972 – 1999  Palle LASSEN  (Denmark)
2000 – 2008  Bob WHITTINGHAM  (Great Britain)
2009 – 2016  Tom CASACKY  (U.S.A.)