Hall of Fame

James L. Easton

Born:
July 26, 1935
Birthplace:
Los Angeles, California
College:
UCLA

hall of fame

James L. Easton

Born:
July 26, 1935
Birthplace:
Los Angeles, California
College:
UCLA
James L. Easton served as president of the World Archery Federation for 16 years and was vice president of the International Olympic Committee from 2002 to 2006.
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James L. Easton served as president of the World Archery Federation for 16 years and was vice president of the International Olympic Committee from 2002 to 2006.

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