VOC Vision and Mission
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.
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
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.
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.
The Opals will meet in Sydney later this month in preparation for a European Tour.
ROWING: The State of Victoria had a bumper day winning the King’s Cup and the Queen’s Cup at the Interstate Rowing Regatta at Penrith.
Six more athletes, including Olympic champion Sally Pearson, have confirmed their selection to the Australian Team bound for Beijing 2015.
RIO 2016: The first Olympic Games in South America are now only 500 days away and the prospect of representing Australia in Rio de Janeiro is what drives athletes all around the country every day.
Commonwealth Games finalist Jeff Riseley headlined a contingent of eight Australians who qualified for Beijing 2015 at the IAAF Melbourne World Challenge.
AOC: Iconic Australian bag brand Crumpler has been announced as the Official Supplier of luggage to the 2016 Australian Olympic Team.
FOOTBALL: Olyroos coach Aurelio Vidmar has named a strong 23-man squad with 12 overseas-based players to begin the attempt to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Eleanor Patterson equalled her own national under 20 high jump record to win gold at the Australian Junior Athletics Championships.