News from the Georgian National Olympic Committee

28 Jun 2021

Find here the latest news from the National Olympic Committee: events, courses, general assemblies and elections, trophies and much more.

28 june 2021

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The Georgian NOC organised at its headquarters the final stage of the “Olympism at Schools” Project, with the support of Olympic Solidarity and in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and the National Association of Sport, Fitness and Physical Education. Held from 18 April to 18 June 2021, the project involved about 600 public schools in 11 regions of Georgia. Its aim was to promote Olympism and the Olympic Movement, as well as the importance of a healthy lifestyle. A sports quiz, a painting/drawing contest on Olympism and other activities were on the programme. Medals, certificates and commemorative gifts were given to the regional school winners. More info at

16 April 2021

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Despite pandemic challenges and restrictions, the Georgian NOC disseminated the spirit of the IDSP on 6 April among Olympic champions and NOC Athletes’ Commission members. The NOC Executive Board members also joined the campaign (photo), which was widely covered by the Georgian media. Info at

29 june 2020

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On Olympic Day, the Georgian NOC organised an Executive Board meeting, with the main topic being preparations for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in the reality of COVID-19. The NOC devoted several campaigns to Olympic Day with the active involvement of Olympic athletes and children. With the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, the NOC launched an online “Art and Sport” contest for children. Up to 1,000 students from public schools in Tbilisi and other regions took part in the contest. On 23 June, the NOC announced the winners and awarded them gifts and prizes (photo). A special tribute was paid to the veteran athletes and Olympic champions who have created the Olympic history of Georgia. More info at

22 October 2019

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On 6 October, the Georgian NOC celebrated its 30th anniversary. Founding members, Olympic champions, representatives of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, leaders of National Sports Federations, sports fans and the media gathered at the NOC headquarters, where NOC President Leri Khabelov, and the first President of the NOC and current Honorary President, Nona Gaprindashvili, gave speeches. In attendance was the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Georgia, Tadaharu Uehara. This 30th anniversary was devoted to Legacy Project, the first publication of the Georgian Olympic Encyclopaedia, written by E. Berishvili, the NOC’s First Vice-President, and created with the support of Olympic Solidarity. Before the celebrations, a commemorative monument was inaugurated at the entrance of the Tbilisi Chess Palace, as this building hosted the NOC’s Founding Conference on 6 October 1989. More info at

15 January 2019

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At its Annual Session on 21 December, the Georgian NOC presented the various activities carried out in 2018, and the main sporting successes, to leaders of national federations and associations, Olympic champions, Ministry of Culture, Sport and Education representatives, and the media. At this Session, the Best Athlete of 2018 award was presented to weightlifter Lasha Talakhadze (right in photo), an Olympic, world and European champion who also received the special “Olympic Flame” award from NOC President Leri Khabelov (left in photo). In addition, 23 Olympic champions were awarded the Presidential Order of Excellence, presented by the President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili. Info at

2 July 2018

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On 23 June, at the initiative of the Georgian NOC, all generations of Georgian Olympians gathered at the Rustaveli Theatre in Tblisi. In addition to the Olympians and their families, the NOC invited representatives from the European Olympic Committees (EOC), the World Olympians Association (WOA), the International Society of Olympic Historians (ISOH) and other NOCs. The Mayor of Tblisi, Kakha Kaladze, the Minister for Sport and Culture, Mikheil Giorgadze, and Members of Parliament were in attendance, along with the NOC President, Leri Khabelov. A video message from the IOC President was shown at the event. To mark Olympic Day, a run was organised in Tblisi and in other big cities throughout the country. Over 3,000 people took part in the run and in the other Olympic Day activities. More info here.

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