WHO WE ARE
The Olympic Council Of Asia is an independent non-governmental no-for-profit international Asian sport organization for unlimited duration recognized by the International Olympic Committee the ANOCand the 45 member NOCs
Learn to accept your personal peaceful behavior under practicing the one unified sports rules and regulations will lead to the respect of your competitor and society.
Being your best, taking part, marking progress, enjoying the healthy combination of body are equal important to the winning.
The concept of sport is equity and balance, which can also be applied in many different ways and contexts beyond the field of play. It can lead to the development and reinforcement of similar behaviour in one’s everyday life.
Sport is an instrument for mutual understanding between people all over the world.
Develop sport, culture and education in Asian continent through OCA’s continuous efforts.
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Thimphu, Bhutan, June 8, 2023: The Bhutan Olympic Committee held its 6th General Assembly at its headquarters in Thimphu. The GA held on May 31 brought together 34 member organisations, Olympians a...
Bangkok, Thailand, June 7, 2023: A delegation headed by OCA Director General Mr. Husain Al Musall...
Doha, Qatar, June 7, 2023: The Qatar Olympic Committee celebrated World Challenge Day 2023 on Tue...
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OCA Executive Board
7 Jul 2023
OCA 42nd General Assembly
8 Jul 2023
19th Asian Games
23 Sep 2023
6th Asian Indoor & Martial Art Games
17 Nov 2023
20th Asian Games
19 Sep 2026
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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is the guardian of the Olympic Games and the leader of the Olympic Movement. The vision of the IOC is to Build a Better World through SportGo to site
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is a foundation initiated by the IOC based in Canada to promote, coordinate, and monitor the fight against drugs in sports.Go to site
The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) is an international organization that affiliates the current 206 National Olympic Committees recognized by the IOCGo to site
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is an international body established in 1984 to settle disputes related to sport through arbitrationGo to site