VOC Vision and Mission

VISION STATEMENT

The Victorian Olympic Council represents the Olympic Movement throughout Victoria. 

We create opportunities to share in the ideals and aspirations of the Olympic athlete through participation in Olympic experiences, education programs, volunteering and fundraising activities in support of the Australian Olympic Team.

MISSION STATEMENT

We are committed to raising funds for the Australian Olympic Team and educating the Victorian community about the principles of Olympism.


VOC EXECUTIVE OFFICER ANNOUNCEMENT

The Victorian Olympic Council (VOC) is pleased to announce that Warwick Waters has been appointed to the position of Executive Officer. Download the file below for further details. 

 


 

RIO 2016 AUSTRLALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM RECEIVES $575,000 FUNDING FROM VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT


NEWS

IOC President Thomas Bach and Australian kayak Olympic silver medallist Jess Fox at an IOC Agenda 2020 discussion with prominent athletes from around the world, 18 November 2014.

IOC President Thomas Bach is coming to Australia this week to hold a series of high-powered meetings

Jess Fox concentrates at she claims the K1 Junior World Cup.

It was another huge weekend on the #RoadtoRio for Australian athletes, including the Sailing World Cup Hyeres and Canoe/Kayak slalom Junior World Championships.

Tom Burton claims gold in the laser class at the World Cup Hyeres, France.

Daily wraps from the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, the first major event on the road to Rio 2016 selection.

Erin Densham on bike on Gold Coast

London Olympic bronze medallist Erin Densham will continue her odyssey for a third Olympic team at this weekend’s ITU World Triathlon Series in Cape Town.

Aussie fans cheer on Ryan Bayley of Australia during the men's track cycling sprint final on August 24, 2004 during the Athens 2004 Summer Olympic Games.

The Australian public can now request tickets to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the first Olympic Games to be held in South America.

Tessa Lavey (L) of Australia handles the ball against Emi Kudeken (R) of Japan
during the women's basketball international friendly match between Japan and Australia at Kamiyama City Sports and Cultural Center on July 27, 2014.

22-year-old Tessa Lavey will join 17 other players at the Australian women's basketball team camp in Gosford, Sydney on April 27.

Images of Olympians who fought in World War I, including Cecil Healy, Keith Heritage and Claude Ross who all lost their lives.

AOC: On the centenary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli, the Australian Olympic Committee has compiled the following list of Olympians who enlisted in WW I to recognise their service to the country

Cate Campbell (R) of Australia celebrates with Bronte Campbell (L) of Australia after winning the Womens 100m Freestyle Final during day six of the Australian National Swimming Championships on April 8, 2015.

Led by three defending World Champions and a host of the world’s best swimmers, a team of 38 athletes are set to contest the 2015 FINA World Championships.

Mack Horton (L) shakes hands with Grant Hackett (R) after winning the Men's 400m Freestyle Final during day one of the Australian National Swimming Championships on April 3, 2015.

SWIMMING: Nine years after posing for a picture with a young Mack Horton, Grant Hackett says the once doting fan will be our next 1500m Olympic champion.

Australia's players celebrate their win against Turkey in the 2014 FIBA Women's World Championships 3rd place basketball match on October 5, 2014.

The Opals will meet in Sydney later this month in preparation for a European Tour.

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