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Olympic and Paralympic Games: HOPE, the new support structure for athletes
About a year and a half before the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, a new structure called “Horizon Olympique Paralympique de l’Élite” (HOPE) has been
51 Years of the Mauritius Olympic Committee in 2023
Founded in 1971 by the late Ram Ruhee, the Mauritius Olympic Committee gained recognition from the International Olympic Committee the following year. What a long way
MOC celebrated the Children Olympic Fun Day
The Children’s Olympic Fun Day was part of the Olympism 365 initiative of the National Olympic Academy of Mauritius to promote Olympic values and propagate Olympic
IOIG 2023: CIJ Meeting was held in Madagascar from the 14th to 16th December.
Further to the Indian Ocean Island Games 2023, scheduled to be held from 25 August to 3 September 2023, a CIJ Meeting was held in Madagascar
The President of the MOC met the Sports Commissioner of Rodrigues
A friendly meeting was held on 5 December 2022, with the Sports Commissioner of Rodrigues Mr. Joseph Varok Ravina who was accompanied by his officers. The
The Secretary General and Finance Officer attended the 39th Seminar for Secretaries General.
The Association of the National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) has welcomed African NOCs from the Olympic Movement for the 39th Seminar for Secretaries General in
The Commonwealth Games Federation hosted the eqUIP workshop in Botswana
The Commonwealth Games Association Mauritius joined 19 other Commonwealth Games Associations (CGAs) from Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean for the eqUIP Orientation/Midterm Workshop held in Lobatse,
Commonwealth Games: Mr. Philippe Hao Thyn Voon received the CGF Order of Merit Award.
Mr. Philippe Hao Thyn Voon, President of the Commonwealth Games Association Mauritius and the Mauritius Olympic Committee, was awarded the GCF Order of Merit in recognition
African Championships: The adventure ends in the quarter-finals for the Mauritian boxer Ziggy Agathe.
Ziggy Agathe was beaten by the Kenyan Nicholas Okongo Okoth on Tuesday night in the quarter-finals of the African Elite Championships. The 21-year-old Mauritian boxer was