• Career

    Where can I find help for my career transition?

    The Athlete365 website has resources to help with career transition, for example on CV assistance and skill profiling.

    All Olympians are entitled to an Olympian.org email address, to help you stand out and be recognised as an Olympian. Please apply via this link.

    What education opportunities are available to me as an athlete?

    There are  free online courses available. check out Athlete365 Learning.

    The IOC Athlete Career Programme is available to athletes and is delivered in over 30 countries. For more information check out the CAREER page.

    What career opportunities are available to me as an athlete?

    There are a number of Olympian Internships at the IOC as well as opportunities advertised exclusively to Olympians with TOP partners. These are advertised on the offers page throughout the year. Log in to find out more and see these offers in your profile. 

    The IOC Athlete Career Programme is available to athletes, and is delivered in over 30 countries. For more information, check out the CAREER page.

    How can I give back to my community?

    The World Olympians Association encourages Olympians to give back to their communities and provides grants to help. Please check out the National Olympic Associations directory to find your local contact, and/or email the World Olympians Association.

  • Finance

    Where can I find help on sponsorship and dealing with the media?

    You can learn about sponsorship through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sponsorship – Supporting Your Career.

    You can learn about dealing with the media through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sports Media – Creating Your Winning Profile.

    How can I maximise my exposure?

    You can learn about maximising your exposure through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sports Media – How to Build Your Athlete Brand.

    Where can I find financial support to help with my career transition?

    For details of countrywide bursaries, specific scholarships and other high-performance sport funding options (including Olympic Solidarity), contact your National Olympic Committee.

    For general information on Olympic Solidarity, the process and opportunities, check out the Olympic Solidarity page on Olympic.org.

  • Games time

    After the Games

    Where can I view Olympic Games footage?

    To view images and footage of your Olympic Games participation through Getty images, sign up to Athlete365.

    To relive highlights from the Olympic Games, visit the Olympic Channel.

    Where can I find results and classifications?

    To find information on competition results, standings and classifications, visit your International Federation’s website (ASOIF, SPORTACCORD).

    Where can I find help with choosing a coach and my entourage?

    You can learn how to find a good coach and what makes a good agent on the Athletes’ Entourage page on the Athlete365 website.

    You can also learn about the science of coaching and how to maximise the impact of your sessions through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: The Art and Science of Coaching.

    During the Games

    Where do I go to find information about the Olympic Village, my venues and other Games-time questions?

    You can find information about Games time, the Olympic Village and other Olympic Games services on the Buenos Aires dedicated website and in the Get Ready Pack.

    For additional information about the Olympic Games and other specific Games-time questions, contact your National Olympic Committee.

    For any other queries, or to find out what support there is available to athletes, check out the Athlete365 Space in the Olympic Village.

    Where do I go to find information about events outside of Olympic Village?

    The World Olympians Association delivers social events to which Olympians are invited for networking and discussions. To register interest for PyeongChang 2018, please follow this link.

    Where do I go to find information about Games tickets?

    The World Olympians Association runs a free Olympian ticketing programme. To register interest for PyeongChang 2018, please follow this link.

    Where can I find information on lost property at the Olympic Games or if I have faulty welcome pack items?

    For lost property queries or to report a faulty welcome pack item, please contact your National Olympic Committee. the information desk in the Athletes Village will be able to tell you where the lost and found desk is.

    Questions on clean sport at the Olympic Games?

    If you have questions on clean sport whilst at the Olympic Games, please visit the Polyclinic and/or the Athlete365 space in the Olympic Village. You can email the safeguarding officer safeguardingofficer@olympic.org 

    How can I report harassment and abuse during the Olympic Games?

    You can report an incident of harassment and abuse anonymously through the IOC’s Integrity and Compliance Hotline. You can also go to the Safeguarding office at the Polyclinic or email the Safeguarding officer directly safeguardingofficer@olympic.org

    Whistleblowing – How can I report or step forward, in a secure way, with sensitive information on anti-doping rule violations?

    You may anonymously report any alleged anti-doping rule violation through the WADA Speak Up! campaign.

    Pre-Games

    Where can I find the calendar for my sport?

    For competition schedules, calendars and results from previous competitions contact your International or National Federation.

    Where can I find the rules of my competition?

    For competition-, sport- and discipline-specific rulebooks, contact your International Federation (ASOIF, SPORTACCORD).

    How can I get funding to prepare for the Olympic Games?

    To find general information and opportunities for Olympic Solidarity funding, visit the Olympic Solidarity page on Olympic.org.

    For information on countrywide bursaries, specific scholarships and other high-performance sport funding options (including Olympic Solidarity funding), contact your National Olympic Committee.

    Where can I find the qualification criteria to get to the Olympic Games?

    For the process of national qualifying, requirements, applicable competitions and other criteria, contact your National Olympic Committee.

    For sport-specific qualifying criteria and applicable competitions, contact your International or National Federation (ASOIF, SPORTACCORD).

    Questions on sport at the Olympic Games?

    For Olympic Games-specific regulations, competition formats or qualifying-related questions, contact your International Federation (ASOIF, SPORTACCORD).

    For a list of all the sports at the Olympic Games, check out olympic.org/sports.

    For questions related to the submission of entries for the Olympic Games, contact your National Olympic Committee.

    To find out information on the Olympic venues, check out the Get Ready pack.

    Where can I find information about Olympic Games accreditation?

    For all questions about Olympic Games accreditation, please contact your National Olympic Committee.

    Where can I find the anti-doping rules for PyeongChang 2018?

    The anti-doping rules for PyeongChang 2018 can be found here. You can also refer to the website of your International Federation for any sport-specific anti-doping rules (ASOIF, SPORTACCORD).

  • Learning

    How can I improve my mindset when competing?

    You can learn about how to improve your mindset when competing through the free course on the Athlete365 Learning: Sports Psychology – Getting in the Zone.

    Where can I find help on sponsorship and dealing with the media?

    You can learn about sponsorship through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sponsorship – Supporting Your Career.

    You can learn about dealing with the media through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sports Media – Creating Your Winning Profile.

  • Voice

    Where can I find help on sponsorship and dealing with the media?

    You can learn about sponsorship through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sponsorship – Supporting Your Career.

    You can learn about dealing with the media through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sports Media – Creating Your Winning Profile.

    How can I maximise my exposure?

    You can learn about maximising your exposure through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sports Media – How to Build Your Athlete Brand.

    How can I contribute to my sport or National Olympic Committee at the decision-making level?

    To contribute to your sport or National Olympic Committee at the decision-making level, contact your International Federation (ASOIF, SPORTACCORD) Athletes’ Commission or National Olympic Committee Athletes’ Commission.

     

     

    How can I make my voice heard?

    To make your voice heard, get in contact with your International Federation (ASOIF, SPORTACCORD) Athletes’ Commission or National Olympic Committee Athletes’ Commission, or email the IOC Athletes’ Commission at athletes@olympic.org.

  • Well-being

    Anti-doping

    What other regulations should I be aware of?

    Through the WADA International Standards webpage, you can find information on: Testing and Investigations; Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs); and Protection of Privacy and Personal Information.

    We also have information on anti-doping available here.

    Where can I find the anti-doping rules for PyeongChang 2018?

    The anti-doping rules for PyeongChang 2018 can be found here. You can also refer to the website of your International Federation for any sport-specific anti-doping rules.

    Whistleblowing – How can I report or step forward, in a secure way, with sensitive information on anti-doping rule violations?

    You may anonymously report any alleged anti-doping rule violation through the WADA Speak Up! campaign.

    Where can I find updates on the fight against doping and information on the IOC reanalysis programme?

    You can find updates on the fight against doping here, as well as information on the IOC reanalysis programme for the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Games here.

    Where can I find information on testing?

    The Anti-Doping Administration & Management System (ADAMS) page on the WADA website provides information on the Athlete Whereabouts programme, Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Management and Test Planning & Results Management.

    Where can I find a list of prohibited substances?

    The What is Prohibited? page on the WADA website is where you can find a list of all prohibited substances.

    Where can I find more information on anti-doping?

    You can find out more information on anti-doping through the WADA website, as well as in the anti-doping section on the Athlete365 website.

    Clean sport at the Olympic Games

    Questions on clean sport at the Olympic Games?

    If you have questions on clean sport whilst at the Olympic Games, please visit the Polyclinic and/or the Athlete365 space in the Olympic Village.

    Competition and manipulation

    How do I report competition manipulation?

    You can anonymously report any case of competition manipulation through the IOC’s Integrity and Compliance Hotline.

    Where can I find information on competition manipulation?

    You can find information on the prevention of competition manipulation on the Athlete365 website and through the free Athlete365 Learning course: Competing with integrity.

    Health

    How can I prevent injuries?

    To learn more and for top tips on injury prevention, visit the Injury Prevention page on the Athlete365 website.

    How can I improve my mindset when competing?

    You can learn about how to improve your mindset when competing through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Sports Psychology – Getting in the Zone.

    What are the best foods to eat as an athlete?

    You can learn about the best foods to eat as an athlete through the free course on Athlete365 Learning: Smarter Eating for Better Performance.

    Prevention of harassment and abuse in sport

    How can I report harassment and abuse during the Olympic Games?

    You can report any incident of harassment and abuse anonymously through the IOC’s Integrity and Compliance Hotline.

    Where can I find information on the IOC initiatives related to the prevention of harassment and abuse in sport?

    You can find information and resources on the prevention of harassment and abuse in sport, as well as other well-being topics, on the Safe Sport page.