Welcome to the Haryana Olympic Association
The Haryana Olympic Association is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-discriminatory, non-political organization that shall not discriminate on the ground of race, religion, general or politics. HOA is a only affiliate unit of Indian Olympic Association in Haryana. Which is presently lead by Khel Rattan Sh. Abhay Singh CHautala (MLA) as its President and Sh. Bijender Singh Lohan as its Secretary General. Haryana Olympic Association is an autonomous Sports Body of Haryana working under the Guidelines of Indian Olympic Association working for the betterment of Sports in the State since 1966.
The primary goal of the Haryana Olympic Association is to unify and organize existing Olympic and non Olympic sports throughout the Haryana State under one governing body that share the vision of Olympic movment.
1st to 3rd October,2018:17th Senior Women Haryana State Boxing Championships,
Mission and Vision
To unite, promote and support the IOC Recognised International Sport Federations , co-ordinate their common interests and goals while preserving their autonomy and promoting their values. HOA also will promote others Sports those are Non Olympics. To position the Association as one of the leading Haryana Level Sport Associations.
Expand the scope, reach and recognition of HOA and its Members in the Olympic Movement and other sport organisations.
Engage with and service every IOA, MYAS Recognised Sport Federation.
Create a sustainable business and governance model and establish and promote global best practices.
Increase the sustainability and growth of HOA and its Members.
HOA believes in:
Tolerance and Respect for all
Ethical conduct and behaviour
Equity through diversity
Evidence based decisions
Friendship and camaraderie
Sh. Abhey Singh Chautala. MLA
Leader of opposition in Haryana Assembly
Teja Khera Farm House, VPO, Chautala, Sirsa, Haryana
Inspired by his political lineage, Shri Abhay Singh Chautala has been closely associated with politics since he was a student. But it was only after completing his bachelor’s degree that he decided to move into active politics. Young Chautala began his career by contesting the election for the membership of his village Panchayat and severed as the Upsarpanch of Chautala village Panchayat for one term. After getting a firm grip over the village political structure and making his presence felt, through groundbreaking results in the development of the rural base of Haryana Village Panchayat, he steadily started his ascent towards the state assembly.