XLII ONOC General Assembly, 2022

The ONOC membership meets for its 42nd Annual General Assembly (AGA) from 30th April to 4th May this year.

It will feature elections which are scheduled at the turn of every quadrennial Olympic cycle – one every four years. This one is delayed by a year given the postponement of the TOKYO 2020 Games.

The ONOC 42nd AGA takes place in Nadi (FIJI) in a hybrid format incorporating in-person and virtual online attendance. This is after two General Assemblies held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Assembly will be chaired by current President, Robin Mitchell (FIJ). The ONOC Vice-President is Baklai Temengil (PLW).  

The ONOC General Assembly also reviews and approves budgetary and financial reports, and receives programme reports, key ones being the Oceania (Continental Programmes) Olympic Solidarity Programme and the Oceania Sport Education Programme. The ONOC General Assembly also receives reports from the various ONOC Commissions as well from stakeholders and partners.

Highlights of the 42nd Annual General Assembly

Some key events around the ONOC Annual General Assembly include programme features and meetings. Delegates are encouraged to go through the following summaries and accompanying links for more information.


This is kindly organised by the IOC Olympic Solidarity Programme highlighting grants and funding opportunities for National Olympic Committees and the Oceania Continental Association.



This workshop is organised by ONOC to highlight finance and includes information, reporting, and sharing with outcomes to be tabled at the ONOC Annual GeneralAssembly.



This will be a one-day event featuring ONOC programmes, partners from the sporting and private sectors.


This is the signature flagship event and delegates will have received documents progressively before meeting. These may also be accessed online.


Opening of the new ONOC Headquarters by IOC President, Thomas Bach

ONOC achieves one its biggest milestones in securing a permanent home in Suva, Fiji. The land and building at 49 Gladstone Road in the Fijian capital’s city centre overlooks the historic Albert Park, a centre for Suva’s sporting and physically active community. On either arm, ONOC now faces the iconic Grand Pacific Hotel and the waterfront with the Republic of Fiji’s Government Buildings and its famous clock tower on its right and the historic Thurston Gardens and the Fiji Museum on its left. ONOC looks forward to welcoming members and visitors to its new home from Opening Day and into the future.

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ONOC40TH Anniversary Commemoration

Led by ONOC President, Robin Mitchell (FIJ) on behalf of Vice-President, Baklai Temengil (PLW), the ONOC Executive Board, and Secretary-General, Ricardo Blas (GUM), this flagship event in the history of ONOC opens activities toward the 40th Anniversary and will be marked by the ONOC 40th Anniversary Dinner held at the Grand Pacific Hotel.

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Meeting of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF)
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Meeting of the PacificGames Council (PGC)
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Meeting of the Organisation of Sporting Federations ofOceania (OSFO)
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Inoke Bainimarama

Executive Director (Acting) and
Chief Communications Officer