The AOC is involved in many programs to help Australian athletes at all levels in all sports. Learn about AOC Funding - Summer and Winter, Olympic Winter Institute, Live Clean Play Clean, Aspire Career Assistance, Olympians Club of Australia and Olympic Solidarity.
John Coates was elected Vice President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in September 2013, having been a Member of the IOC since 2001 and Member of the IOC Executive Board from 2009 to 2013.
The AOC is committed to Australia's athletes and encourages the development of high performance sport through athlete support and funding initiatives. It aims to spread the Olympic spirit and ideals throughout Australia, even in the years between Olympic Games.
A full list of all of the AOC Team Partners and Team Suppliers of the Australian Olympic Team 2009 – 2012 with information about their involvement and activities.
See the full list of Annual Reports & Financial Statements, Constitutions, By-Laws & Charters including the Australian Olympic Foundation.
Information about the AOC Visual Standards Manual for authorised sponsors and licensees plus information about the Olympic Insignia Protection Act.
Australia's Olympians and the Australian Olympic Committee are represented in seven states and territories around Australia.
These official Olympic Training Centres work with the AOC for elite and aspiring athletes who play a key role in Australia’s quest for success at future Summer and Winter Olympic Games.
Information about how to contact the Australian Olympic Committee.