The Australian Olympic Committee is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation, committed to the development of youth and sport. It is our responsibility to select, send and fund Australian Teams to the Olympic Games.
Find out about the people behind the AOC, including the President, Executive, Senior Management Team and Commissions. The outstanding individuals who are Life Members, Awardees and Office Bearers are also detailed.
Committees and Commissions
AOC Senior Management Team
Australian Olympic Awardees
Previous AOC Office Bearers and Australian IOC Members
(i) James Taylor passed away in 1944 and Sir Harold Alderson served as Acting Chairman until 1947.
(ii) Leonard Cuff, originally from New Zealand, represented the interests of Australasia from 1894 until 1905.