|Born||5 August 1924 in Kaolack (SEN)|
|Died||11 January 2007 in Dakar (SEN)|
Kéba Mbaye studied law in Dakar and Paris, and later became an esteemed lawyer and jurist. He was Vice-President of the International Court of Justice in The Hague, and Honorary Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Senegal. He held numerous other legal and judicial posts, including President of the International Commission of Jurists from 1977-85 and Commissioner from 1972-87, Board of Directors of the International Penal Law Association, Vice-President of the Management Council of the International Human Rights Institute, Vice-President of the International Institute for Humanitarian Law, and he was a member of the International Institute for Procedural Law, the International Law Institute, and the International Comparative Law Academy. He later was President of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and was appointed to head the IOC Ethics Commission after the 1999 Olympic Bribery Scandal. Mbaye published multiple academic legal works.
In sports administration Mbaye was Vice-President of the Senegalese Olympic Committee and Secretary-General of the Organizing Committee for the 1963 Friendship Games in Dakar. He became an IOC Member in October 1973 and served until he resigned in February 2002. During that time, he was on the Executive Board from 1984-2002, serving two terms in the Vice-Presidential line of succession, and was IOC 1st Vice-President both in 1991-92 and 2001-02. He also chaired numerous IOC Commissions, including the Apartheid and Olympism Commission (1989-92), the Information Commission on the Olympic Movement in the Baltic States (1990-91), Sport and Law Commission (1995-2002), Juridical Commission (1993-2002), Centennial Olympic Congress Study Commission (1994-96); and was a member of several other commissions as follows: Commission for the Olympic Movement (1984-92, 1993-2002), Commission for the Preparation of the XII Olympic Congress (1989-92), and Council of the Olympic Order (1988-92, 1998-2002). In his position as Chairman of the Apartheid and Olympism Commission, Mbaye wrote the definitive work on the subject The IOC and South Africa: Analysis and Illustration of a Humanitarian Sport Policy.
|Member||International Olympic Committee||1973—2002||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|Executive Board Member||International Olympic Committee||1984—1988||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|3rd Vice-President||International Olympic Committee||1988—1990||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|2nd Vice-President||International Olympic Committee||1990—1991||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|1st Vice-President||International Olympic Committee||1991—1992||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|Executive Board Member||International Olympic Committee||1994—1998||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|President||Court of Arbitration for Sport||1994—2007||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|4th Vice-President||International Olympic Committee||1998—1999||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|3rd Vice-President||International Olympic Committee||1999—2000||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|2nd Vice-President||International Olympic Committee||2000—2001||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|1st Vice-President||International Olympic Committee||2001—2002||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|
|Honorary||International Olympic Committee||2002—2007||SEN||Kéba Mbaye|