About Us

Athlete365 has been created by athletes, for athletes, and our mission is to make Athletes’ lives better and to grow the world’s biggest community of elite and Olympic level Athletes. By providing relevant advice, services and tools Athlete365 is unique positioned to support Athletes in the areas that they need it the most and at every stage of their career. We promise to support athletes on their journey to the Olympic Games and beyond by providing digital and physical spaces where Athletes can learn, have their voice heard and feel connected to the wider athlete community.


The Olympic Movement

The goal of the Olympic Movement is to contribute to building a peaceful and better world through sport practised in accordance with Olympism and its values. Together we work towards achieving that goal.

International Olympic Committee

What is it?
The IOC is the governing body of the Olympic Movement.

How does it help Athletes?
It ensures athletes’ interests are kept at the heart of the Olympic Movement.


What is it?
Olympic Channel is an over-the-top Internet television service operated by the IOC.

How does it help Athletes?
It engages fans by telling the stories of Athletes.

World Olympians Association

What is it?
An organisation which works for the benefit of all Olympians at all stages of their lives.

How does it help Athletes?
It creates a range of benefits for Olympians assisting them in transitioning to a life beyond competitive sport following retirement.

Olympic Solidarity

What is it?
An IOC programme which organises assistance for all National Olympic Committees through multi-faceted programmes.

How does it help Athletes?
Ensures that the revenue generated during the Olympic Games is redistributed to those Athletes who need it the most.

International Federations

Who are they?
The International Sports Federations (IFs) are 40 international non-governmental organisations recognised by the International Olympic Committee.

How does it help Athletes?
International Federations supervise the development of athletes practising their sports and provide and govern their sports global competition structure.

National Olympic Committees 

Who are they?
There are 206 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) who, together with the IFs, are a constituent of the Olympic Movement under the leadership of the IOC.

How does it help Athletes?
In accordance with the Olympic Charter, NOCs develop, promote and protect the values of the Olympic Movement within their respective countries and are responsible for selecting and supporting athletes for the Olympic Games.

The Olympic Partner Programme