Olympic champion Missy Franklin starred on a Universal Sports television program last night called “Beyond the Medals – The Business of Sport.”
Shortly after the exciting, action-packed conclusions to the men’s and women’s NCAA swimming & diving seasons, college swimming fans got some sobering commentary from Yahoo Sports and the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC).
The United States Olympic Committee today announced the formation of an independent advisory council to guide the launch of the…
With budgetary constraints threatening several Olympic sports on the college level, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) is looking into various ways to help support college athletic programs.
The two-day event – themed “Power of Sport” – will be highlighted by an awards dinner featuring six-time Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen as the keynote speaker, and Tamron Hall, co-host of NBC’s TODAY show and MSNBC’s NewsNation, as host.
Representatives from Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., joined the leadership of the United States Olympic Committee this week in Colorado for a bid city briefing.
Leaders will be available to the media via teleconference following the meeting at 3:15 p.m. ET. (Featured image: 2013 Golden Goggles: Chuck Wielgus Executive Director of USA Swimming, Missy Franklin, Scott Blackmun (USOC CEO)
Scott Blackmum, USOC CEO: “NBC’s demonstrated ability not only to broadcast the Olympic Games, but to tell the stories of our athletes in a way that makes our nation proud, makes them an ideal partner.”
The International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program today welcomed 25 members to its class of 2014 at the International Olympic Committee…
“We are thrilled to announce the 230 athletes who will represent Team USA in Sochi,” said USOC CEO Scott Blackmun.