One of the most important features of the site is the inclusion of the Sports Information Centre (SIC) which allows visitors to access a wealth of sport information from just about everywhere in the world, inclusive of the IOC’s Museum and Archives.
The intention of the SIC is to ensure that the NOC facilitates the highest level of access to sports information from every part of the world.
Already the SIC on the website allows access to the Sports Library of the Malaysian Olympic Committee, the SIC of the Australian Olympic Committee and arrangements have recently been made to access the IOC’s prestigious Olympic Library and Museum.
Olympic House, headquarters of the NOC at Kingstown park, now hosts a physical Sports Information Centre which allows students at any level, including university, to access the world of sport, especially Olympic sport through available computers.
The LA84 Foundation is endowed with surplus funds from the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. Its mission is to serve youth through sport and to increase knowledge of sport and its impact on people’s lives. The LA84 Foundation supports a wide array of youth sports programming.
The BOA's mission is to transform British lives through the power of the Olympic values and the success of Team GB.
Its principal role is to prepare the nation’s finest athletes at the summer, winter and youth Olympic Games.
Beatriz Garcia is an active researcher in cultural policy and event-led regeneration. Recent projects assess the legacy of cultural programming within major events such as the European Capital of Culture, the Olympic Games and the Commonwealth Games.
Discover the Olympic Museum with its wealth of memories which will keep your passion for Olympism burning.
Young and old, individually, as a family or in a group, come and witness the many different exhibition zones, all packed with history and emotion.
The Sports Library responds to all requests for information on the Olympic Movement and Games, as to numerous questions on sport in general. It welcomes and coordinates students, scholars, researchers, press and the general public alike visits at the Information Centre.