Alexander heads local team in Beijing

National female 400m champion, Kineke Alexander, leads the Vincentian delegation to this year’s summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

The Vincentian delegation, comprising of only two athletes, arrived in Beijing on 28 July 2008. They were met at the airport and accommodated at the environmentally Olympic Games Village (OGV) where they will stay until the conclusion of the Games.


The Virtual Olympic Congress: One Click Away!

Making a contribution to the virtual Olympic Congress is now easier than ever! A simple click on the new banner to access the virtual Olympic Congress site will do it. Click on the banner, register and contribute online to the five Congress themes.


Make your move!
The themes are as follows:
Theme 1: The athletes
Relationship between the athletes,

Administrators call for policy implementation

SPEC Director, Dr Iva Gloudon

Administrators of sports in St Vincent and the Grenadines have called for the speedy implementation of the national sports policy drafted by the National Olympic Committee in collaboration with all major stakeholders in the state.

Inaugural NOC Sports Academy hailed as success


The work has just begun. We want you to understand what you have experienced here and how you must utilise it to help you develop into whole persons; sportspersons but whole persons nonetheless”.

These words were spoken by General Secretary of the St Vincent and the Grenadines National Olympic Committee as he delivered an address to the 48 participating athletes at the brief closing ceremony for the Inaugural NOC National Sports Academy on Friday 21 December 2007.

Athletes were involved in intense practical sessions that addressed their technical skill competencies in the respective sporting disciplines – Athletics, Boxing, Table Tennis and Volleyball.

Eleven cities seek Inaugural Summer Youth Olympic Games

In July of this year the International Olympic Committee, the IOC, officially agreed to the introduction of a Summer Youth Olympic Games for athletes between the ages of 14 – 18 years. Once the decision was announced several NOCs realised that this was an opportunity they really did not want to miss and immediately gathered their forces to prepare Bids

New Olympic Brand Campaign

Today the International Olympic Committee (IOC) officially launches its new Olympic brand campaign. This launch takes place on

The theme of the campaign is "The Best of Us"

This theme will replace the former one used for the 2004 Olympics in Athens, "Celebrate Humanity". It is a simple, powerful idea that crosses cultures and geographies.  The messaging inspires youth by communicating the Olympic values while motivating them to participate in sport by proving sport can bring out your best.

The objectives of this new brand campaign are to enhance and to render more relevant to the contemporary period the Olympic messages. The intention is also to focus on increasing brand awareness and the appeal of the Games especially amongst the youth of the world.