Tsunekazu Takeda is expected to be reappointed as president of the Japanese Olympic Committee this spring as he received a unanimous vote of approval from the selection panel on Friday.

The 57-year-old Takeda’s third term as JOC President will run two years from April after the decision is formalized at the executive committee meeting on March 24. His current term expires at the end of next month.

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