Liberia National Olympic Committee
Official Site
01. Information

Visit this site for information about the LNOC and our many programs that we hold throughout the year.

02. Highlights

Observe highlights from Olympic Games. Also view information about other local and international matches.

03. Breaking News

Read our press releases to get the latest news regarding the LNOC and its registered federations.

About Us

Liberia attended its first Olympics in 1956.

The Liberia National Olympic Committe became officially recognized in 1955 in order to promote and develop diverse sports within the country.

Since its inception the organization has attended over a dozen Games.


Press Releases/NEWS

Read breaking news from the LNOC and International Olympic Committee. For profiles on athletes and coaches visit our media partner Go Team Liberia.

Our athletes in Motion

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Our Team

Directors & members

Philipbert Browne


Philipbert Browne

President philipbert.browne

Frederick Pratt

Secretary General

Frederick Pratt

Secretary General frederick.pratt

Samuel Tukpah

Chef de Mission

Samuel Tukpah

2020 Chef de Mission samuel.tukpah

Boie Corvah


Boie Corvah


Tokyo 2020 Liberia olympic team

Sayon Cooper

Head Track & Field Coach

Coach Cooper

As a two-time Olympian, Coach Cooper is a former 100 & 200m sprinter who represented Liberia in the '96 and '00 Olympic Games.
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Emmanuel Matadi

Track & Field Sprinter


Tokyo 2020 is Matadi's second Olympic appearance. He currently holds Liberia's record in the 60, 100, and 200m races. He was the bronze medalist at the 2016 All Africa Games.
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Ebony Morrison

Track & Field Hurdles


Morrison set an American 200m hurdles record long before transferring allegiance to represent her father's native country, Liberia. Morrison runs professionally for Trufit Athletics and Liberia.
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Joeseph Fahnbulleh

Track & Field Sprinter


Fahnbulleh, the youngest member of the 2020 Team, currently holds the Minnesota state record in the 200m and attends the University of Florida. He recently became the 2021 SEC All-SEC Indoor 200m silver medalist.
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Want to connect with a specific federation?

Liberia has over a dozen sports federations, ranging from athletics to wrestling. If you are interested in connecting with one, contact us. 

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Created in 1954 and gained recognition in 1955, the Liberia National Olympic Committee promotes all forms of sports in the country.


The LNOC is strictly against doping. In accordance with IOC rules we comply with the World Anti-Doping Code.


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