Susanne Lyons

Il CIO Inizia A Pensare Al Ritorno Alle Competizioni Per I Russi

Il Comitato Olimpico e Paralimpico degli Stati Uniti ha fornito i primi indizi di un possibile ritorno alle competizioni per gli atleti russi

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IOC ‘Beginning to Think About’ Letting Russian Athletes Return to Competition

“We know that the IOC is beginning to think about whether there is a pathway back for the Russian athletes,” USOPC chair Susanne Lyons said.


Olympic News Roundup: Changes at the USOPC; Next American Track Star Emerging

The latest Olympic roundup features changes within the USOPC, Erriyon Knighton taking the track world by storm, and cricket’s bid to be included in LA28.


After Surveying Athletes, USOPC Endorses Postponing 2020 Olympics

A survey garnering responses from more than 1,780 U.S. athletes revealed that nearly 93% prefer postponement to cancellation.


Comitato Olimpico USA Risponde Alla Richiesta Di USA Swimming

Il Comitato Olimpico e Paralimpico degli Stati Uniti (USOPC) ha risposto alla lettera dell’USA Swimming, appena tre ore dopo averla ricevuta.

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USOPC Suggests Difficulty In Russian Athletes Proving Innocence For Tokyo

USOPC Chair Susanne Lyons didn’t call for a blanket ban on Russian athletes, but did say it would be difficult to prove which athletes are innocent.

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U.S. Olympi Committee Changes Name to U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee

The United States Olympic Committee has formally changed its name to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee, representing its inclusivity.

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7-Time Para Swimming Medalist Brad Snyder Among New USOC Board Members

Courtesy: United States Olympic Committee SAN FRANCISCO – The United States Olympic Committee board of directors approved three new members…


USOC Chairman Larry Probst to Step Down at End of 2018

Independent board member Susanne Lyons will replace him after serving as USOC acting CEO earlier this year.

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USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey To Testify For Congress On Sex Abuse In Sport

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.

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U.S. Olympic Committee Announces Athlete Protection Reforms

Along with CEO Scott Blackmun’s resignation Wednesday, the USOC announced initiatives regarding athlete protection.

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USOC CEO Scott Blackmun Resigns

USOC CEO Scott Blackmun resigned Wednesday, citing health concerns.