Malta Olympic Committee

Malta Olympic Committee (Maltese: Kumitat Olimpiku Malti) is the National Olympic Committee representing Malta. It is also the body responsible for Malta's representation at the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, European Games, Mediterranean Games, Games of the Small States of Europe and European Youth Olympic Festival.

Malta Olympic Committee
Malta Olympic Committee logo
Country/Region Malta
CodeMLT
Created1928
Recognized1936
Continental
Association
EOC
HeadquartersGzira, Malta
PresidentJulian Pace Bonello
Secretary GeneralJoseph Cassar
Websitenocmalta.org

History

Malta Olympic Committee was founded on June 5, 1928 in Valletta and recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 1936.[1]

List of presidents

The following is a list of presidents of the Malta Olympic Committee since its creation in 1928.[2]

PresidentTerm
Anthony Cassar Torregiani 1928–1938
Paul Giorgio 1946–1960
Alfred P. Briffa 1960–1967
Victor Pace 1968–1973
Laurence Xuereb 1973–1977
Carm A. Borg 1977–1989
Gino Camilleri 1989–1999
Lino Farrugia Sacco 1999–2013
Julian Pace Bonello 2013–2017
Pasquale Pistorio 2017-present

Executive committee

The committee of the MOC is represented by:[3]

  • President: Julian Pace Bonello
  • Vice President: William Beck
  • Secretary General: Joseph Cassar
  • Finance Director: David Azzopardi
  • Director of Sport: Ivan Balzanu
  • Directors: Lucienne Attard, Kirill Micallef Stafrace, Charlene Attard, Mario Micallef, Jonathan Vella, Paul Sultana, Maria Vella-Galea

Member federations

The Malta National Federations are the organizations that coordinate all aspects of their individual sports. They are responsible for training, competition and development of their sports. There are currently 28 Olympic Summer Sport Federations in Malta.[4]

National FederationSummer or WinterHeadquarters
Archery Association of MaltaSummerSwieqi
Malta Athletics FederationSummerMarsa
Aquatic Sports Association of MaltaSummerGżira
Badminton Association of MaltaSummerValletta
Malta Baseball and Softball associationSummerMarsa
Malta Basketball AssociationSummerTa' Qali
Malta Boxing FederationSummerSt Julian's
Malta Canoe FederationSummerSan Ġwann
Malta Cycling FederationSummerPembroke
Malta Equestrian FederationSummerBurmarrad
National Fencing Association of MaltaSummerBirkirkara
Malta Football AssociationSummerTa' Qali
Malta Golf AssociationSummerMarsa
Malta Gymnastics FederationSummerBuġibba
Malta Handball AssociationSummerMsida
Hockey Association of MaltaSummerBalzan
Malta Judo FederationSummerTa' Xbiex
Malta Karate FederationSummerPembroke
Malta Rugby Football UnionSummerMarsa
Malta Sailing FederationSummerNaxxar
Malta Shooting FederationSummerBidnija
Malta Table Tennis AssociationSummerValletta
Malta Taekwondo FederationSummerValletta
Malta Tennis FederationSummerValletta
Malta Triathlon FederationSummerGżira
Federation of Underwater Activities of MaltaSummerSliema
Malta Volleyball AssociationSummerCospicua
Malta Weightlifting AssociationSummerMarsaskala

See also

References


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