Y.A.M Tunku Tan Sri Imran (Born 21st March 1949) is the second son of the late Tuanku Jaafar (1922–2008), an elected monarch of the Negeri Sembilan. Tunku Imran was educated in the UK at the King’s School, Canterbury and studied law at Nottingham University before being called to the Bar at Gray’s Inn, London in 1971 and qualifying as a Barrister at Law. A former Squash champion of Malaysia, he served as the President of the World Squash Federation from 1989 to 1996 and after the completion of his term, Tunku Imran was unanimously elected to be the Emeritus President, a role created specially for him as an honour for the great leadership he had provided over the years. Tunku Imran represented the country as the Chef de Mission (CDM) during the Seoul Olympics in 1988. He also headed the marketing division for the XVI Commonwealth Games which we hosted successully in 1998. Tunku Imran was then elected as the President of the Commonwealth Games Federation from 2011 until 2015. He was also the President of the Southeast Asian Games Federation (SEAGF) which he successfully served for two terms, in the year 2000/2001 and again in 2015 till 2017. Tunku Imran continued his contributions in the sports industry by leading the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) as the Presiden which he held since 1998 until 2018. Being a former Member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), where he was elected from 2006 until 2018 and recently, he was honoured to be the “Honorary Member” of the IOC and also was appointed as the “Honorary Life President” of OCM in May 2018.