A new name and logo have been unveiled for the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of the island of Ireland with a name change from The Olympic Council of Ireland to Olympic Federation of Ireland. A modernised Olympic crest will also be sported by the Team Ireland athletes for the first time at the Youth Olympic […]
Constitution To see the Constitution of the Olympic Federation of Ireland please click the link below: Constitution
In December, the OCI delivered its Strategic Plan 2018-2024, the plan was developed following extensive consultation with the people who matter – athletes, member federations and others. The OCI set out a clear path for the future of the organisation. The plan for the OCI is to be laser focused on preparing and leading […]
Click here: Olympic Federation of Ireland – Strategic Plan
Click here: Olympic Federation of Ireland Milestones Document
Click here to download the full document: Athlete Commission Strategy
Olympians. Register now to use your OLY letters. This is an exclusive benefit for Olympians only. Just like PhD or other post-nominal designations, you, as an Olympian can now use the letters OLY after your name to recognise the years of hard work, dedication, and perseverance it took to become an Olympian. OLY is […]
The Olympic Federation of Ireland mission, as a member of the International Olympic Movement, is to positively enhance Irish Sport, Irish Athletes and the country. A focus area in the strategic plan is ‘Putting Athletes First’, to ensure that being an Olympian is the pinnacle of their sporting career. The work of the Athlete […]
Sarah is the first Chief Executive Officer of Swim Ireland and has held this position for over ten years. Sarah is a former National Level Swimmer, and International Water Polo player. Sarah is a qualified solicitor and prior to Swim Ireland she worked for eight years with Matheson Solicitors (formerly Matheson, Ormsby & Prentice) a […]
A series of profiles of the executive committee of the Irish Olympic Council.
A short background biography of the staff of the Olympic Council of Ireland.