Greek Lambis Nikolaou and Japanese Chiharu Igaya were elected vice-presidents of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Saturday.
They replaced Russia's Vitaly Smirnov whose four-year term had ended and South Korea's Kim Un-yong who has resigned from the IOC.
President Jacques Rogge has four vice-presidents. Nikolaou and Igaya join James Easton of the United States and Sweden's Gunilla Lindberg. They serve for four years.
In another vote, Singapore's Ser Miang Ng was elected to the 14-strong decision-making Executive Board.