The Athletes’ Entourage Commission advises the IOC Session, the IOC Executive Board and the IOC President on supporting and protecting clean athletes. The Commission’s aim is to improve the quality and the level of athlete services by engaging with and uniting key stakeholders. The IOC AEC focuses its work on the relationship between athletes, parents, coaches, managers, technical officials, sponsors, media and all other stakeholders that support and work directly with athletes.

IOC Athletes' Entourage Commission 4-Year Plan

As the important role of the athletes’ entourage becomes more exposed and significant within the Olympic Movement, an effective IOC Athletes’ Entourage Commission is of upmost importance. It is therefore essential for the Commission to have a clear focus and direction for the coming years to ensure their role is fulfilled and their work has maximum impact.

Athletes' Entourage Information Toolkit

All you need to know about athletes’ entourage commissions, their roles and responsibilities, and how you can best support your athletes through an entourage that is educated, qualified and aware of common issues affecting athletes.

IOC Athletes' Entourage Commission members

The IOC Athletes’ Entourage Commission is here to help you. To focus the Commission’s support across key areas, the IOC AEC divides its members into working groups on the following five themes: performance, health, family and friends, legal & commercial and organisational. To find out more about these groups visit our entourage page.

Contact Us

If you would like to get in touch with the the IOC Athletes’ Entourage Commission, please contact athlete365@olympic.org and we will aim to get back to you as soon as possible.

Athletes’ Entourage Commission’s support across 5 key areas

The entourage is a diverse group of people inclusive of many different stakeholders, with each having different needs and requiring tailored resources.