Aleksandar Boričić has won another four-year term as President of the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) at the organisation's General Assembly in Vienna.
Boričić, who had been CEV President since 2015, received 36 of 55 votes.
Hanno Pevkur of Estonia, his sole rival, received 19 votes.
Pevkur, a former player, coach and head of the Estonian Volleyball Federation, had previously criticised the decision to stage an in-person General Assembly.
Boričić, who is Serbian, played more than 100 times for Yugoslavia and won a bronze at his home European Championships in 1975.
Since retiring, Boričić has been President of the Volleyball Federation of Yugoslavia, Volleyball Federation of Serbia and Montenegro and Volleyball Federation of Serbia - holding those roles from 1992 until 2016.
He is additionally second executive vice-president of the International Volleyball Federation.
Following his re-election as President, Boričić was able to choose four members of the Board of Administration from those who were standing for election in accordance with CEV statutes.
Renato Arena of Italy, Pole Miroslaw Przedpelski, Stanislav Shevchenko of Russia and Denmark's Eric Adler were his choices.
Thirteen of Board members were subsequently elected; Croatia's Zdeslav Barac, Belgian Geert De Dobbeleer, Michel Everaert of The Netherlands, Scotland's Margaret Ann Fleming, Lubomir Ganev of Bularia, Lubor Halanda of Slovakia, German René Hecht, Jalil Jafarov of Azerbaijan, Emma Labrador from Gibraltar, Austrian Gernot Leitner, Sweden's Lennart Neovius, Metod Ropret of Slovenia, Eric Tanguy from France and Iceland's Gudmundur Helgi Thorsteinsson.
All have earned four-year terms.