Algerian Olympic Committee
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Algerian Olympic and Sport Committee (Arabic: اللجنة الأولمبية و الرياضية الجزائرية, French: Comité Olympique et Sportif Algérien) (IOC code: ALG) is the National Olympic Committee representing Algeria. It was created in October 18, 1963 and recognized by the International Olympic Committee in January 27, 1964.
On October 23, 1963, Mohand-Amokrane Maouche, president of the Algerian Football Federation is elected president of the Algerian Olympic Committee by members of the Executive Board. The International Olympic Committee recognizes the Algerian Olympic Committee on January 27, 1964, on the occasion of the 62nd session held during the IXth Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck (Austria).
- Algeria at the Olympics
- Algeria at the All-Africa Games
- Algeria at the Mediterranean Games
- Algeria at the Pan Arab Games
- Algeria at the Islamic Solidarity Games
- Algeria at the Paralympics
- Sports in Algeria
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