“We’re taking steps to ensure that our delegation and those affiliated with Team USA are aware of the CDC’s recommendations regarding travel to Brazil,” says USOC spokesperson Patrick Sandusky.
Read about the USOC’s new Director of Collegiate Partnerships role in this edition of “In Briefs”.
Katie Ledecky is in the running for the United States Olympic Committee’s Sportswoman of the Year Award.
The partnership with the USOC will include the Hershey corporate brand as well as some of the company’s most famous product brands, including Hershey’s, Reese’s, Hershey’s Kisses and Twizzlers.
The country of Brazil will grant 90-day visa waivers to benefit foreign Olympic tourists.
U.S. Paralympics announced the city of Charlotte, North Carolina has been selected as the site of the 2016 U.S. Paralympic Team Trials for cycling, swimming and track and field.
Boston2024 may be in jeopardy as Boston mayor Marty Walsh announced he would refuse to sign any contract that would put future financial burdens on the residents of the city.
The United States Olympic Committee today announced the addition of Robert L. Wood to its board of directors.
The U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) has amended one of its most criticized rules, “Rule 40,” which restricts independent athlete marketing during the Olympics.
The United States Olympic Committee announced today details of the Road to Rio Tour presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance. The…
With the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) decision on which city will host the 2024 edition of the Summer Olympic Games…
Swim coach Dave Denniston has tendered a resignation from his post as the United States Olympic Training Center resident coach for…
The United States Olympic Committee today announced a new awards program – the Team USA Awards presented by Dow – to recognize the outstanding achievements of Team USA athletes year-round.
Natalie Coughlin, 12-time Olympic medal winner: “This support is more important today than ever, as there are athletes who have the potential, but not the means, to achieve their Olympic and Paralympic dreams.”
The United States Olympic Committee board of directors today approved three new members during its meeting in Washington, D.C. Joining the board in place of outgoing members are Daniel Doctoroff, former CEO of Bloomberg LP; Steve Mesler, three-time Olympian and president/CEO of Classroom Champions; and Kevin White, vice president and director of athletics at Duke University.