David Hemery and Colin Moynihan are the candidates to become the new chairman of the British Olympic Association.
Hemery (left) was part of the London delegation in Singapore
The two were nominated by BOA members to contest an 5 October election. Craig Reedie is stepping down after 13 years.
Hemery, a vice-chairman of the BOA, won Olympic gold in the 400m hurdles at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.
Moynihan, Sports Minister from 1987-90 under Margaret Thatcher, won a rowing silver medal at the 1980 Moscow Games as the cox to the men's eight.
Hemery, a former president of UK Athletics, was part of the London bid delegation in Singapore which helped secure the 2012 Games.