| Index: National Olympic Committees
Listing the National Olympic Committees with websites.
Australian Olympic Committee:
The AOC is the National Olympic Committee in Australia responsible for the protection and
development of the Olympic Movement in Australia as well as selecting, organising and
funding Australian Teams to the Olympic Games and Olympic Winter Games.
Barbados Olympic Association:
The Barbados Olympic story began in 1952 when Ken Farnum, a Barbadian who at the time was
the region's best cyclist, competed at the Olympic Games in Helsinki, as part of the
Belgian Olympic Committee:
Contains a photo gallery of athletes from the Belgian Olympic Team.
Bermuda Olympic Association:
Information on Bermuda's athletes in upcomming Olympics and a look back at Bermuda's
history in the Olympics over the past 60 years.
Brazilian Olympic Committee:
The Comitê Olímpico Brasileiro gives comprehensive coverage of Brazil's Olympic
British Olympic Association:
The Team GB section profiles British athletes competing in the Olympics.
Recaps Bulgarian Olympic achievements, by event.
Canadian Olympic Association:
Learn about who has won medals and how they got there and the role high performance sport
can play in making Canadians higher, faster and stronger.
Performances of the Croatian athletes at the Olympic Games and history of the Croatian
Cyprus Olympic Committee:
As part of Ancient Greece, Cypriot youths took part in the early Panhellenic games.
In 1993 the Danish Sports Federation changed its name to the National Olympic Committee
and Sports Confederation of Denmark (DIF).
Suomen Olympiakomitea - Finnish Olympic Committee.
Comité National Olympique et Sportif Français - le site de l'équipe de France
GNOC was established on October 6, 1989 in Tbilisi at the Constituent Conference of the
Georgian National Olympic Committee held at the Palace of Chess.
Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund.
Hellenic Olympic Committee.
National Olympic Committee:
In October 1987, Guam received IOC recognition. The Guam Amateur Sports Federation merged
with the newly created Guam National Olympic Committee to form a non-profit sports body
that included almost 30 sports.
Comite Olimpico Guatemalteco.
Magyar Olimpiai Bizottság.
Indian Olympic Association:
The Indian Olympic Association is entrusted with the overall responsibility for India's
participation in the Olympic Games.
Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano.
Japan participated in the Olympic Games for the first time at the Games of the V Olympiad
The Korean Olympic Committee (KOC) was established in 1946 and Republic of Korea became an
IOC member at the 41st IOC General Assembly in 1947.
Latvijas Olimpiskâ Komiteja.
Lietuvos Tautinis Olimpinis Komitetas.
Comité Olympique et Sportif Luxembourgeois.
Olympic Committee of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Olympic Council of Malaysia.
Kumitat Olimpiku Malti.
Nederlands Olympisch Comité - Nederlandse Sport Federatie.
When Pierre deCoubertin announced (on 25th November, 1892) his intention to restore the
Olympic Games as a means of promoting a modern Olympic philosophy, New Zealand was one of
the first nations to fully support his initiative. The New Zealand Olympic Committee was
founded in Wellington on 18th October, 1911 and recognised by the IOC in Lausanne on 5th
Norges Idrettsforbund og Olympiske Komité.
Oceania Olympic Committees:
Regional association of National Olympic Committees in Oceania.
Russian Olympic Committee.
Comitao Olimpico Nazionale Sammarinese.
Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee.
Olimpijski komitet Srbije - Olympic Committee of Serbia.
Slovenský olympijský výbor.
Olimpijski komite Slovenije.
South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee.
Comité Olímpico Español.
Sveriges Olympiska Kommitté - Swedish Olympic Committee.
Swiss Olympic Association.
National Olympic Committee of Ukraine.
US Olympic Team.