Kasimierz, Prince Lubomirski

Biographical information

RolesReferee • Administrator
Full nameKasimierz•Lubomirski
Used nameKasimierz, Prince•Lubomirski
Born16 July 1869 in Przeworsk, Podkarpackie (POL)
Died15 December 1930 in Kraków (Cracow), Małopolskie (POL)
NOC Poland


In April 1923, Kazimierz Lubomirski replaced his distant relative, Stefan Lubomirski, as chairman of the Polish Olympic Committee and as an IOC Member. Kazimierz, Prince Lubomirski studied law at the Jagellonian University and in Paris at the School of Politicial Science. He was a member of Galicia Parliament from 1901-13, then served as a representative of the right-wing National Party and from 1919-23 was the envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary for Poland in Washington, DC, USA. When he returned to Poland he led several organizations, including the Landowner’s Associations, the Polish- American Society, and the Polish-Swedish Society. Kazimierz Lubomirski remained an IOC Member until his death in December 1930.

Organization roles

Role Organization Tenure NOC As
President Polski Komitet Olimpijski 1921—1929 POL Kasimierz, Prince Lubomirski
Member International Olympic Committee 1924—1930 POL Kasimierz, Prince Lubomirski


Games Sport (Discipline) / Event NOC / Team Phase Unit Role As
1928 Summer Olympics Art Competitions POL Kasimierz, Prince Lubomirski
Music, Compositions For Orchestra, Open (Olympic) Final Standings Judge
Music, Compositions For Solo Or Chorus, Open (Olympic) Final Standings Judge
Music, Instrumental And Chamber, Open (Olympic) Final Standings Judge
Sculpturing, Medals And Reliefs, Open (Olympic) Final Standings Judge
Sculpturing, Statues, Open (Olympic) Final Standings Judge

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