Country: Great Britain
Admitted to dodging and swearing at a security guard who tried to stop him jaywalking outside the IOC official hotel.
Reaction: He apologised to the guard; the IOC expelled him from PyeongChang 2018, 10 days before his term as IOC member expires and despite his role as Vice President of International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation.
Pengilly was the only IOC member to vote against the otherwise unanimous IOC decision to let Russia compete in Rio 2016; he also criticised the IOC for not giving the Russian National Olympic Committee a long-term ban beyond PyeongChang 2018.
Accused of rape, sexual harassment and assault, allegations that resulting in him stepping down from his job as President of Keshet Broadcasting.
Reaction: he retained his IOC position as chair of the IOC Coordination Commission for Tokyo 2020.
Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah
Accused by the US of bribing FIFA voters, an allegation that resulted in him resigning from all football-related positions including the FIFA Council.
Reaction: he retained his IOC positions of President of the Olympic Solidarity Commission and Vice-Chair of the Olympic Channel Services
Accused by Brazilian authorities of illegal resale of tickets to Rio 2016; imprisoned in Brazil and released on bail.
Reaction: he resigned from IOC Executive Board and all other active IOC roles while the trial continues.
Accused by Brazilian authorities of bribing IOC members to vote for Rio 2016 during the bidding process
Reaction: IOC suspended him from all roles
Adam Pengilly spoke at Host City 2016 on the panel discussion “Has Sport Lost its Integrity and How Can it Win its Conference Back?”.
He said: The Olympic Games is loved in every corner of the world; you wouldn’t say that’s the case of IOC as a body. Sport has become an entertainment industry, which has brought massive commercialisation. This has brought opportunities for development, but when vast sums of money are involved that brings challenges and you start to dance a bit closer to the devil.”
Listen here on audioBoom (discussion begins at 3:00)