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Hassan Moustafa set for unopposed re-election as IHF President

Moustafa has been President of the IHF since 2000 and the four-year stint he will be given at the meeting in Antalya will extend his stay in the top job to 25 years.

The election at the Congress, scheduled for November 5 to 8, will be the third consecutive vote where Moustafa has stood unopposed.

The IHF does not have age or term limits for its President or any other senior role within its leadership.

Moustafa, a former vice-president of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations, will be 81 by the time his newest mandate expires in 2025.

He joined the IHF Council in 1992 before becoming President at the 2000 Congress in Estoril, where he was elected unopposed after Austrian rival and incumbent Erwin Lanc withdrew before the vote.