- December 4, 1886 - March 24, 1882
Reginald Honey was a barrister and former president of the South African Olympic Committee and British Empire Games Federation. He was born on December 4, 1886 in Cape Town, South Africa. He studied law at Oxford University and later became a barrister in the Supreme Court of South Africa. At Oxford he played rugby, water polo, and swam. He also played rugby in South Africa for Western Province. Honey was President of the South African Olympic Committee and served a term as President of the British Empire Games Federation. Co-opted onto the IOC in September 1946, Honey served until his death in March 1982 at age 95. He was the doyen on the IOC in 1981-82. When South Africa was expelled from the Olympic Movement in 1970, Honey offered to resign from the IOC; he was unanimously retained as member by a vote of the IOC. He passed away on March 24, 1982 in Johannesburg, South Africa.