Denis Masseglia was declared the winner of a third term as President of the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF) - although he may face an appeal over the result.
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The intriguingly-timed race to become President of the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF) concludes tomorrow with three candidates vying for the post.
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