Demchigjav Zagdsuren has been re-elected President of the Mongolian National Olympic Committee (MNOC) for a fifth four-year term.
The 58-year-old, who will continue to serve until 2021, was voted-in again at the MNOC's seventh Elective Congress in Ulaanbaatar.
Vice-president Tsend Damdin was also re-elected to his position, while Batbold Battushig, President of the Mongolian Badminton Association, is the new first vice-president.
Six new Executive Committee members have also been elected: Tamir Amarjargal, Chimeddorj Amarsanaa, Amgalanbaatar Ganbaatar, Dorjnyambuugiin Otgondalai, Tsendsuren Sandui and Jamiyansuren Tumen-Ayush.
Otgondalai won a bronze medal in men's lightweight boxing at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Badmaanyambuu Bat-Erdene has been re-elected as a member of the Executive Committee, which also features International Olympic Committee (IOC) honorary member Shagdarjav Magvan.
Former boxer Enkhbat Badar-Uugan, the men's bantamweight Olympic gold medallist at Beijing 2008, has been appointed secretary general.
The Elective Congress was attended by 146 delegates out of 167.