Watch AOC's historic AGM

5 May 2019

AOC: The AOC made history on Saturday May 4, 2019 when Thomas Bach OLY, became the first IOC President to address the Annual General Meeting of the Australian Olympic Committee.

Mr Bach was presented with a trophy by AOC President, John Coates AC. Mr Coates also presented Olympic sprinter, Raelene Boyle AM MBE with an Order of Merit, the AOC's highest honour.

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