Dato’ Sieh Kok Chi Dato’ Sieh Kok Chi

YBhg. Dato' Sieh Kok Chi was born on 8 November 1938. He retired on 1 January 1991. After his retirement, he chose to work full-time in the field of sports, especially the Olympic Council of Malaysia. He is currently the Honorary Secretary of the Olympic Council of Malaysia. He worked as a Civil Engineer of Irrigation, Drainage and Water Resources at the Department of Irrigation and Drainage Malaysia from March 1963 to 1989. Whereas from 1989-1990, he was attached at the National Sports Council of Malaysia as an advisor in the Hosting Policies and Organisation of Games.

He has experience as an athlete. Around 1960-1970, he actively represented the country in water polo. In 1965 until 1969, he represented Malaysia in the water polo events in the South-East Asia Peninsular Games and the Asian Games (1970).

During his service, he had served in several key positions, including Secretary of the Selangor Amateur Swimming Association (1971-1974). Swimming Union of Selangor Secretary (1974-1982), a Council member and Volunteer for the Olympic Council of Malaysia (1974-1991).

From 1971 until today, he is a member of the organising Committee for various games organised by Malaysia. To this day he still holds key positions such as the Honorary Secretary of the Olympic Council of Malaysia and the Continental Co-ordinator (Asia) for OIC Olympic Solidarity Sports Administration Courses. In addition, he is also a member of the Board of the National Coach, a member of the sports Advisory Panel and the head of the Malaysian contingent to the 20th Sea Games in Brunei Darussalam.

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