The New Zealand Olympic Committee represents both the Olympic and Commonwealth Games Movements in New Zealand.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee was established in 1911.
Since then, we have used our unique mandate to select and lead more than 60 teams to Olympic and Commonwealth Games across the globe.
Our athletes and teams are at the heart of our organisation and their stories have become integral to our national identity. They represent Aotearoa New Zealand with honour and pride and the silver fern is a symbol of their sporting success.
For decades our teams and athletes have showcased our unique culture and values on the world stage as well as promoting excellence and innovation through their stories and success.
We are a charity and rely heavily on commercial and other funding partnerships as we promote sport and the Olympic values and help create New Zealand history.
We are engaged in education programmes for young New Zealanders and, through Olympic Solidarity and other partnerships, help fund athlete and sport development.
We work in partnership with High Performance Sport New Zealand, which invests significant funding and specialist resources in NSOs, coaches and athletes to support performance on the world stage in New Zealand’s targeted sports.
We are proud to represent the Olympic and Commonwealth sporting movements in New Zealand.