|Born||27 November 1932 in Al-Jaza'ir (Algiers) (ALG)|
A water polo player in his youth, Mustapha Larfaoui studied public health and was later director-general of the University Hospitals of Parnet and Constantine (1963-73) in Algeria. He was also director of public health and population of the Wilaya of Algiers from 1984-88. He later entered politics and was a member of the National Consultative Council from 1991-93. Larfaoui was a founding member of the Algerian Swimming Federation in 1962, and President of the Algerian Swimming Federation from 1962-83 and 1985-89. He served for over 30 years as President of the African Swimming Confederation, starting in 1974. Larfaoui became President of FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation Amateur) in 1988 and served until 2009, after which he was made Honorary Life President. He also was on the Executive Committee of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) from 1999-2009.
Larfaoui was co-opted onto the IOC in 1995, serving until 2009, after which he became an Honorary Member. He served on numerous IOC Commissions, including Apartheid and Olympism, Olympic Movement, Women and Sport, IOC 2000, Olympic Games Study, Marketing, and several Evaluation and Coordination Commissions.
|President||Fédération internationale de natation||1988—2009||ALG||Mustapha Larfaoui|
|FINA||International Olympic Committee||1995—2009||ALG||Mustapha Larfaoui|
|President||Comité Olympique et Sportif Algérien||1998—2001||ALG||Mustapha Larfaoui|
|Honorary||International Olympic Committee||2009—||ALG||Mustapha Larfaoui|