AOC News

Federal Sports Minister Rod Kemp and Bob Ellicott QC awarded the Olympic Order of Merit.

The Australian Olympic Committee has awarded the Order of Merit to the Federal Sports Minister Rod Kemp and former Fraser Government Minister Bob Ellicott QC...

Colin Beashel leads out Australia's largest ever away team of 482 athletes during the Athens 2004 Opening Ceremony.

AOC President John Coates has welcomed the increased spending on sport announced in the Federal Budget...

AOC Official Historian, Harry Gordon.

The International Society of Olympic Historians has conferred a rare honour on Australia’s Harry Gordon...

Grant Hackett meeting Chinese swimmers in Beijing on a previous visit in November 2004.

Head coach Alan Thompson will lead an Australian Swimming delegation on a visit to Beijing next week to inspect Olympic venues and facilities built for the 2008 Games...

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) opened for business at 9am yesterday.

Australia now has a single, dedicated focal point for combating the use of drugs in sport with the establishment of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA), the Minister for the Arts and Sport, Senator Rod Kemp, announced today.

The Australian Olympic Committee has mounted a legal challenge to enable a four-man bobsleigh team to compete at the Winter Games in Torino...

AOC Statement re: Aaron Bear

12 February 2006

We would like to clarify the position regarding Aaron (AJ) Bear....

After being inspired by his experience as a volunteer at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Boyle reshaped his sporting career...

Three key players in our recent Olympic success have been recognised in today’s Australia Day Honours list.