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Olympic Day reminds us of the unifying power of sport. In this Olympic Year, this message resonates more powerfully than ever. By joining this Olympic Day celebration, you are also playing an important part to spread the Olympic spirit across the whole world. Together we can make the world a better place through sport.” (Thomas Bach, IOC President)

The National Lottery Olympic Day 2024 activities are organised by the Maltese Olympic Committee through the Olympic Solidarity Programme and in collaboration with the MOC Local Sponsor, National Lottery.

The National Lottery MOC Olympic Day Programme 

 National Lottery Olympic Day 2024 Registration


  SIGN UP – The National Lottery MOC Olympic Day Run 2024


  • Participants, by means of the above Registration Form can choose to participate in any of the below;
    • 1km Walk / Run
    • 5km Run
  • Following the run, participants have the opportunity to participate in various disciplines during a sports festival between 08:00 and 11:00


We will be having a photographer and a videographer during the event. However, you are also encouraged to take your own photos and upload to your personal social profiles and tag the Maltese Olympic Committee
Do use the official hashtags – #olympicday2024 #olympicdaymalta #nationallottery #letsmove

e.g. #letsmove with the @Maltese Olympic Committee during the #nationallottery #olympicday2024.

Certificates and Prizes

  • Digital Certificate
    • For all those participating, a digital certificate will be sent to you via e-mail.
    • Digital certificates were chosen so that we can contribute towards being sustainable and respectful towards the environment.
  • Merchandise
    • National Lottery Olympic Day merchandise will be distributed on a first come, first served basis
  • Prizes
    • During the day, attendees are invited to participate in a scavenger hunt and submit their entry to the Maltese Olympic Committee.
    • A draw will be made, and winners will be receiving Maltese Olympic Merchandise