|Full name||Johan Wilhelm "Jukka"•Rangell|
|Born||25 October 1894 in Hauho, Hämeenlinna (FIN)|
|Died||12 March 1982 in Helsinki (FIN)|
Jukka Rangell was prominent in business and politics, serving as a Helsinki banker and lawyer, and he was Prime Minister of Finland from 1941-43. During this time his government supported the Continuation War against the Soviets, and Rangell supported the Finnish occupation of East Karelia. After World War II, Rangell was given a 6-year prison sentence for war-responsibility crimes, but this was commuted in 1949.
In sports, Rangell was Finnish Champion in the triple jump in 1912-13. He was President of the Organizing Committee for the 1940 Helsinki Olympics, which were never held, and was President of the Finnish Olympic Committee from 1961-63. Rangell served on the IOC from 1938-67 and was an Honorary Member until his death in 1982.
|Member||International Olympic Committee||1938—1967||Representing Finland|
|President||Helsinki Olympic Organizing Committee||1938—1940||Representing Finland|
|President||Suomen Olympiakomitea||1961—1963||Representing Finland|
|Honorary||International Olympic Committee||1967—1982||Representing Finland|