Gambian Flag
Flying the

beats talent
Hard work

when talent doesn’t work hard.
we create
be a part of it

the sweeter
the victory.
The harder the battle,

My rivals are all big men but it doesn’t matter.
I am very proud to
represent Gambia


"As President of The Gambia National Olympic Committee (GNOC), I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our  website. Our aim is to use this site to bring more people into sport and through it, make a genuine difference to their lives. We hope you find it useful." Ms Beatrice Allen

Mission Statement

The mission of the GNOC is to develop and protect the Olympic Movement in The Gambia in accordance with The Olympic Charter. And in order to fulfil this mission, the GNOC pledges to co-operate with Government and Non Governmental Bodies, and shall not under any circumstances associate with any activity which would contradict the Olympic Charter.

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GNOC Holds delayed Annual General Meeting successfully

Banjul, The Gambia, May 25, 2024 - The Gambia National Olympic Committee (GNOC) on Saturday held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at its headquarters in Bakau after two unsuccessful ones failed in December and March. The convergence is part of the constitutional mandate of the committee to annually report to its members, activities carried out […]

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Aminata Barrow shines at Africa Aquatics Championship

Aminata Barrow, the US-based breaststroker representing The Gambia, showcased her exceptional talent again at the Africa Aquatics Championship currently ongoing in Luanda. In an impressive display of skill and determination, Barrow put up a remarkable race in the women's 200 breaststroke finals, marking a historic moment for Gambian swimming. Having qualified from the heats, Barrow's […]

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Gambia Makes Waves at XVI African Aquatics Swimming & Open Water Championship 2024

  Luanda, Angola, May 2 2024 - The Gambia Swimming & Aquatic Sports Association has significantly splashed at the XVI African Aquatics Swimming & Open Water Championship 2024 in Luanda, Angola. Held from April 30 to May 5, the competition showcased top-tier talent alongside the Elective Congress of the African Aquatic continent's Executive Board.   […]

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Faye Njie wins bronze, inches closer to Paris Games

Gambia's top Judo athlete Faye Njie clinched bronze medal in the ongoing Senior African Judo Championship in Cairo, Egypt on Friday April 26. Fighting in the -73kg, Njie finished third in the competition following a Wazari over Morocco's Mohamed Jafty in the first round, and another victory over an Angolan opponent in the quarter final. […]

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