?Charrnaine Crooks, 37, Canada. Olympic sprinter will push for tougher antidoping legislation.
?Bob Ctvrtlik, 36, U.S. Member of the 1988 gold medal volleyball squad, captain in '96, wants all active Olympians to have E-mail access to their sports' decision makers.
?Manuela Di Centa, 36, Italy. Cross-country skier in five Games wants more athletes on national Olympic committees and boards of world sports federations.
? Johann Olav Koss, 31, Norway. Winner of four speed skating golds will urge the IOC to pursue humanitarian aims.
? Alexander Popov, 28, Russia. Four-time swimming gold medalist wants IOC to help fund television coverage of junior world and regional sports events.
?Vladimir Smirnov, 35, Kazakhstan. Winner of six cross-country skiing medals will push for Olympic host cities to include athletes on planning committees.
?Jan Zelezny, 33, Czech Republic. Two-time Olympic javelin champ wants faster turnover of administrators in international sports federations.