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Marian Kozlowski

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Marian Kozlowski

Marian Kozlowski (December 10, 1927, in Warsaw, Poland – August 15, 2004, in Warsaw, Poland) was a Polish basketball administrator. He was a journalist, working as a Deputy Editor of the Express Wieczorny newspaper for many years. He was the president of the Polish Basketball Federation in 1957–1969 and 1980–1984 and the president of the Standing Conference of Europe (current FIBA Europe) in 1982–1990. He also served as vice president of FIBA. In 2007, he was enshrined as a contributor in the FIBA Hall of Fame.

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