Being among the top five African countries at major sporting events has been revealed as a target following the re-election of Matlohang Moiloa-Ramoqopo as President of the Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC).
She will serve a third four-year term after being first elected to the position in 2009.
The 49-year-old, who faced no opposition during the election held at the Avani Lesotho Hotel, is also a vice-president of the Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) and a member of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) Executive Committee.
Governance as well as sporting improvement were also cited as key aims during the meeting.
"Good Governance is not just a keyword on our lips, but its principles guided all our operations," Moiloa-Ramoqopo said during a presentation given before the election.
A mission to "promote Olympism in Lesotho and establish an environment conducive to excellent podium performance in cooperation with key stakeholders" was approved.
Lesotho has participated at 11 editions of the Summer Olympic Games since 1972 but has never won a medal.
The southern African nation has, however, enjoyed three Commonwealth Games podium finishes.
Thabiso Moqhali claimed their first and so far only gold medal in the men's marathon at Kuala Lumpur 1998.
Other officials elected during the meeting were Tlali Rampooana, Tsepo Ntaopane and Letsatsi Ntsibolane as vice-presidents.
Rampooana is responsible for administration, Ntaopane will administer finance and Ntsibolane will act as vice-secretary general.