Former IOC member, Former President of the Danish Olympic Committee
Civil engineer (1961). University of Horsens, Denmark.
CEO and owner of a constructing and property firm (1963- ); Mortgage banker (1974-1997); Vice-President of Danish Pools and Lotto Company Ltd (1987-)
Swimming, water polo, football, handball, ice hockey, golf and skiing
Kai was a swimmer and water polo player on national level in the late 50s and early 60s and has played in the Danish premier league in football (soccer), ice hockey and handball.
Member of the Executive Board (1967-1974), Vice-President (1974-1977) then President (1977-1983) of the Danish swimming and lifesaving federation; Member of the Executive Board (1978-1980), Vice-President (1980-1983) then President (1983-1992) of the Danish Sports Confederation; Vice-President (1983-1992) then President (1992-2007) of the Danish Olympic Committee; President of the International Masters Games Association (IMGA) (1992-).
He was heavily involved, on behalf of the Danish Olympic Committee, in the purchase of the IMGA from the initial owners, and also in inspiring and running the subsequent Games in Denmark (1989). Thereafter, he masterminded the transfer of the rights from the NOC Denmark to the International Federations at the GAISF Congress in Seoul, Korea.
IOC Member from 2002-208; Member of the following Commissions: Sport for All (2002-2014), International Relations (2003-2014), Evaluation for the XXII Olympic Winter Games in 2014 (2006-2007), Congress 2009 (2007-).
Ridder af Dannebrog af 1. Grad
Danish, German and English