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ACOLOP

ACOLOP, is an Olympic-related non-profit organisation officially established on June 8, 2004, in Lisbon. It was founded by the national Olympic committees of Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Guinea-Bissau, Macau, Mozambique, Portugal and São Tome and Principe; it also includes Equatorial Guinea as an associate member. On April 2006, India and Sri Lanka were admitted also as associate members, based on their common historical past with Portugal. The Portuguese-speaking countries are spread through four continents and reach a total population of about 250 million people. Portuguese th ...

Association of African Sports Confederations

The Association of African Sports Confederations is an international organization for sports in Africa. It is currently headquartered in Abuja, Nigeria. It shall carry out its activities through the General Assembly, which shall be the supreme organ and the Executive Bureau, which shall be the executive organ. It also may set up, if need be, permanent specialised or ad hoc committees to assist it in the discharge of its duties.

Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa

The Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa is an international organization that unites the 54 National Olympic Committees of Africa. It is currently headquartered in Abuja, Nigeria. It serves as the successor to Standing Committee of African Sports or Comite permanent du sport africain founded in 1965 in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. It often assembles with other continental NOCs in the form of the Association of National Olympic Committees ANOC.

European Olympic Committees

The European Olympic Committees is an organisation based in Rome, Italy, consisting of 50 National Olympic Committees from the continent of Europe. Among other duties, the EOC organizes three major multi-sport events; the European Youth Olympic Festival, the Games of the Small States of Europe and the European Games. The EOC has no connection with the multi-sport European Championships which are organised by the individual sports federations involved.

Oceania National Olympic Committees

The Oceania National Olympic Committees is an international organisation that congregates the 17 National Olympic Committees of Oceania. It often assembles with other continental NOCs in the form of the Association of National Olympic Committees ANOC.

Olympic Council of Asia

The Olympic Council of Asia is a governing body of sports in Asia, currently with 45 member National Olympic Committees. The current president is Sheikh Fahad Al-Sabah. The oldest NOCs are from Japan and the Philippines, recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 1911; whereas East Timor is the newest, joining in 2003. The headquarters of the OCA is located at Kuwait City.

Panam Sports

The Pan American Sports Organization is an international organization which represents the current 41 National Olympic Committees of North America, South America, Central America and the Caribbean. It is affiliated with the International Olympic Committee and its affiliated bodies, including ANOC, the Association of National Olympic Committees, and serves as the continental association of the Americas. The organizations flagship event is the quadrennial Pan American Games, held since 1951. The Parapan American Games were inaugurated in 1999 for disabled athletes and are held alongside the ...

Union of Arab National Olympic Committees

The Union of Arab National Olympic Committees is an international organization that unites the 22 National Olympic Committees of the Arab world. It is headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

World Olympians Association

The World Olympians Association is an association of accredited competitors that promote the Olympic ideals and fair play, advance environmental protection, educate against doping and drug use, supply educational resources, work against violence and intolerance, support diversity and equality, contribute to sport-related charities, host special hospitality centres, involve Olympians in social support, display positive role models, advance sport management and promote a culture of which sport is an important part. An Olympian is any competitor who has been accredited to participate at a Sum ...

                                     

ⓘ Olympic organizations

  • acts on the basis of the Olympic Charter and also the Law of the Azerbaijani Republic about enterprises and public organizations Ilham Aliyev the President
  • Armenian Olympic Committee Armenian: Հայաստանի ազգային օլիմպիական կոմիտե ARMNOC is responsible for the Armenia s participation in the Olympic Games.
  • The Japanese Olympic Committee 日本オリンピック委員会, Nippon Orinpikku Iinkai, JOC is the National Olympic Committee in Japan for the Olympic Games movement, based
  • Federation est. 1912 and Olympic Committee of Iceland est. 1921 merged. The Icelandic National Federations are the organizations that coordinate all aspects
  • neighboring countries and Olympic organizations The representatives of the NOC of Ukraine are members of different international organizations and associations
  • Olympic Committee IOC It was part of Korea Sports Council which was established in 1920, but two organizations were merged in 2009. Korean Olympic
  • nor non - Jewish sports organizations took part. Although Eretz Israel was formally invited to participate in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, it declined
  • Olympic Games. The IOC is the governing body of the National Olympic Committees NOCs which are the national constituents of the worldwide Olympic Movement
  • Mongolian National Olympic Committee Mongolian: Монголын Үндэсний олимпийн хороо is the National Olympic Committee representing Mongolia. The Mongolian
  • Federation is the only non - profit organization based outside of Jamaica. Jamaica at the Olympics History of Jamaica Olympic Association on official site
  • The National Olympic Committee of Lithuania Lithuanian: Lietuvos tautinis olimpinis komitetas, LTOK is the National Olympic Committee representing Lithuania