|Secretary General||Peter Mennel|
The Austrian Olympic Committee (ÖOC) (German: Österreichisches Olympisches Comité) is the non-profit organization representing Austrian athletes in the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The ÖOC also represents the selection of Austrian cities in their bid for being the site for an Olympic Games.
ÖOC is headquartered in Vienna.
The Austrian Olympic Committee was created in 1908 and formally recognized by the IOC in 1912.
|Rudolf Graf Colloredo-Mannsfeld||1914-1919|
The Austrian 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 32 Olympic Summer and 6 Winter Sport Federations in Austria.
|National Federation||Summer or Winter||Headquarters|
|Austrian Archery Association||Summer||Wals-Siezenheim|
|Austrian Athletics Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Badminton Association||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Baseball Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Basketball Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation||Winter||Innsbruck|
|Austrian Boxing Federation||Summer||Reichersberg|
|Austrian Canoe Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Climbing Federation||Summer||Innsbruck|
|Austrian Curling Association||Winter||Vienna|
|Austrian Cycling Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Equestrian Federation||Summer||Laxenburg|
|Austrian Fencing Federation||Summer||Graz|
|Austrian Figure Skating Association||Winter||Vienna|
|Austrian Football Association||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Golf Association||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Gymnastics Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Handball Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Hockey Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Ice Hockey Association||Winter||Vienna|
|Austrian Judo Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Karate Federation||Summer||Sankt Pölten|
|Austrian Luge Federation||Winter||Innsbruck|
|Austrian Modern Pentathlon Federation||Summer||Wöllersdorf-Steinabrückl|
|Austrian Rowing Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Rugby Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Sailing Federation||Summer||Neusiedl am See|
|Austrian Shooting Sport Federation||Summer||Innsbruck|
|Austrian Shooting Federation - Clay Target and Combined||Summer||Vienna|
|Austria Speed Skating Association||Winter||Vienna|
|Austrian Ski Federation||Winter||Innsbruck|
|Austrian Swimming Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Table Tennis Association||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Taekwondo Federation||Summer||Schwaz|
|Austrian Tennis Association||Summer||Vösendorf|
|Austrian Triathlon Federation||Summer||Linz|
|Austrian Volleyball Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Weightlifting Federation||Summer||Vienna|
|Austrian Wrestling Federation||Summer||Wals-Siezenheim|
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