Board and Executive

The Obstacle Sports Federation of Asia and the Pacific


The Board of OCR Asia Pacific shall have the powers delegated to it under these Bye-Laws. The term of office of the members of the Board of OCR Asia Pacific shall be four (4) years. The President of OCR Asia Pacific, and in his absence the Vice-President having the most seniority in the Board of OCR Asia, Pacific shall chair the Board and the Executive Committee of OCR Asia Pacific. 


The Board of OCR Asia Pacific shall consist of a maximum of 25 members with voting rights. They are: 

a)  The President, with an original and an eventual casting vote, except for elections;  

b)  The Treasurer;  

c)  Up to 23 other members (both genders must be represented by at least 8 people);

d)  The President of World OCR (FISO) or his delegate, with no voting powers.

The Secretary General shall attend the meetings of the Board with consultative powers only.  The President and/or the Secretary General may invite other persons to attend the meetings of the Board, having consultative powers only. 


The members of the Board of OCR Asia  Pacific shall hold office in a strictly personal capacity.  Representation by proxy is not permitted. 

Members of the Executive board may not hold board or stake holder positions in for profit organisations in related fields which may be perceived as conflict of interest. They may also not hold President, Chairperson or Director positions in obstacle sports national federations, once FISO has been fully recognised as a Sport by the International Olympic Committee. 

They shall not be in the employment of OCR Asia Pacific. 

The number of members on the Board of OCR Asia Pacific having the same nationality and voting rights, excluding the President, is limited to one. 


The Board of OCR Asia Pacific shall have the power to: 

  • Designate from its members the following: 

  1. The OCR Asia Pacific member on the Central Board of FISO. Their role and responsibilities are defined by the FISO General Statutes. In general, this shall be the President or Vice President of OCR Asia Pacific.
  2. The Vice-President.  
  3. The two (2) members to the Executive Committee.  

  • Appoint the Presidents and members of the Permanent Committees. These members shall represent first and foremost the interest of OCR Asia. Pacific  
  • Recognise or to withdraw recognition from any organisation whose aim is to develop obstacle course racing in the Asian and Pacific Zone;  
  • Appoint the Secretary General or relieve him of his duties;  
  • Approve the Secretary General’s annual working plan as well as any long-term strategic plan;  
  • Determine the financial policy, approve the budget and the financial reports as prepared by the Secretary General, and approve the audited accounts as prepared by the Treasurer and the auditors;  
  • Appoint an external auditor; 
  • Supervise the practice of obstacle course racing within the Asian Zone;  
  • Define the organisational structure of all Asian International Competitions and assign the organisers of the Finals for national team competitions;  
  • Decide the suspension, removal of such suspension, or exclusion from Asian International Competitions of any affiliated national federation;  
  • Adopt and modify the Regulations of OCR Asia Pacific;  
  • Change the location of the headquarters of OCR Asia Pacific;  


The Treasurer shall be responsible for controlling the financial administration of OCR Asia Pacific and to present the audited statements of account to the Board and the General Assembly. He shall chair the Finance Committee.