17 to 25 june 2022
RISING UP TO THE CHALLENGE!
Igniting the Pacific Spirit One Games at a Time
Griffith University Oceania Australia Foundation - Athletics Business Scholarship READ MORE >
Befitting to mark Olympic Day at the Pacific Mini Games in Saipan says ONOC Secretary General Ricardo BlasREAD MORE >
Athletes encouraged to participate in VOA programme this week READ MORE >
All the LIVE updates for theVIEW UPDATES >
2022 Beijing Winter Olympics
IOC PRESIDENT BACH WRITES TO OLYMPIC MOVEMENT: OLYMPISM AND CORONA
ANOC TO PROVIDE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE FAMILY WITH ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL SUPPORT AHEAD OF TOKYO 2020READ MORE >
Olympic Solidarity funding extended for Tokyo Games preparationREAD MORE >
A message to the warriors of Oceania
Australia supports Pacific Athletes on their journey to Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic gamesREAD MORE >
ONOC Equity Commission launches ACE (Active Champions for Equity) AwardREAD MORE >
Divonne-Les-Bains partners with ONOC for Pre-Games Training Camp in France next yearREAD MORE >
The IOC’s 'Believe in Sport' campaign aims to raise awareness among athletes, entourage and officials of the threat of competition manipulation.READ MORE >
best olympic moments
As we countdown to the rescheduled Tokyo2020Games in July 2021, the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) in partnership with the Olympic Channel will bring you the best of our member NOC’s Olympic moments. Featuring this week (in alphabetical order) is Guam.
Barbara Gayle (Swimming), who was 16 years old at the time and participated in the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul, South Korea. Benjamin Schulte (Swimming), who was 16 years old at the time and participated in the 2012 Summer Games in London.
Judd Bankert (Biathlon), who participated in the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary, Canada.
Lourdes Klitzke (Marathon), who was 48 years old at the time and participated in the 1988 SummerGames in Seoul, South Korea.
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