USOPC CEO Sarah Hirshland earned over $800,000 in total compensation in the 2019 fiscal year.
The US Department of Justice is investigating several U.S. Olympic sport organizations over sexual abuse and potential financial misconduct, the WSJ reports.
Despite resigning amid heavy criticism for his handling of major abuse scandals, former USOC CEO Scott Blackmun received severance pay of $2.4 million.
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has named Sarah Hirschland as its new CEO. Hirschland was previously the chief commercial officer for the United States Golf Association.
Facing criticism and lawsuits over its role in the growing sex abuse scandal within organized sport, the U.S. Olympic Committee has named former FBI human resources executive Wendy Guthrie as its senior director of athlete safety.
USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey is one of several sports executives scheduled to testify for Congress about sexual abuse in Olympic sports, USA Today reports.
The USOC no longer benefits our athletes, and there’s only one way to fix it. In the words of Sally Jenkins, “Knock. It. Down.”
The Committee to Restore Integrity released a response to the resignation of USOC chief Scott Blackmun, saying Blackmun “intentionally blocked athletes from…
USOC CEO Scott Blackmun resigned Wednesday, citing health concerns.
As more and more evidence piles up to support a state-sponsored doping program within the nation of Russia, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has officially suspended the Russian Olympic Committee from the 2018 Winter Olympics while creating a strict process for allowing clean Russian athletes to compete under the Olympic banner.
The United States Olympic Committee today announced the formation of a Collegiate Advisory Council to guide and strengthen Olympic sport programming at the collegiate level.
The United States Olympic Committee and Tokyo American Club today announced that the private facility, located in central Tokyo neighborhood…
USA Swimming Executive Director Chuck Wielgus has died after complications from colon cancer, with which he has battled in multiple…
According to the United States Olympic Committee’s official statement released at 11:19 Brazil time on Thursday night, the Rio authorities have released Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger’s passports, and the two have left the country.
Following the publication of the McLaren report and a conference held by Richard McLaren that proves the use of state-sponsored doping in Russia, the United States Olympic Committee released a statement.