Oceania National Olympic Committees

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Oceania National Olympic Committees
Oceania National Olympic Committees logo.svg
Formation 1981
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Fiji Suva, Fiji
Membership 17 National Olympic Committees
Official language English
President Robin E. Mitchell
Vice President Ricardo Blas
Website oceaniasport.com/onoc

The Oceania National Olympic Committees (acronym: ONOC) is an international organisation that congregates the 17 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) of Oceania.

It often assembles with other continental NOCs in the form of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC).

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In the following table, the year in which the NOC was recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is also given if it is different from the year in which the NOC was created.

Nation IOC Code National Olympic Committee Created Ref.
 American Samoa ASA American Samoa National Olympic Committee 1987 [1]
 Australia AUS Australian Olympic Committee 1895 [2]
 Cook Islands COK Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee 1986 [3]
 Federated States of Micronesia FSM Federated States of Micronesia National Olympic Committee 1995/1997 [4]
 Fiji FIJ Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee 1949/1955 [5]
 Guam GUM Guam National Olympic Committee 1976/1986 [6]
 Kiribati KIR Kiribati National Olympic Committee 2002/2003 [7]
 Marshall Islands MHL Marshall Islands National Olympic Committee 2001/2006 [8]
 Nauru NRU Nauru Olympic Committee 1991/1994 [9]
 New Zealand NZL New Zealand Olympic Committee 1911/1919 [10]
 Palau PLW Palau National Olympic Committee 1997/1999 [11]
 Papua New Guinea PNG Papua New Guinea Sports Federation and Olympic Committee 1973/1974 [12]
 Samoa SAM Samoa Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee 1983 [13]
 Solomon Islands SOL National Olympic Committee of Solomon Islands 1983 [14]
 Tonga TGA Tonga Sports Association and National Olympic Committee 1963/1984 [15]
 Tuvalu TUV Tuvalu Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee 2004/2007 [16]
 Vanuatu VAN Vanuatu Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee 1987 [17]

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