U.S. Olympic Committee announces 2014 Best of U.S. award winners

The United States Olympic Committee today announced the Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games honorees for Best of U.S.,…

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USOC leadership press briefing set for April 8 following board of directors meeting

The United States Olympic Committee board of directors will meet Tuesday, April 8, in Los Angeles. Leaders will be available to the media via teleconference following the meeting at approximately 3:15 p.m. PT.

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President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to Host U.S. Olympians at the White House

The President will congratulate the Olympians and Paralympians on their performance and thank them for representing the United States during the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

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USA House, The US Olympic Committee’s Home Away from Home at the Olympic Games

If you’re an Olympian, an Olympic-parent or an Olympic partner, USA House is your home away from home, where you will spend a lot of your down time.

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Social Media Drives 1.1 Billion Impressions at Winter Olympics, Expect a Bigger Impact in Rio

Social media consumption on Team USA channels accounted for approximately 1.01 billion impressions and 1.24 million #TeamUSA mentions.

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USOC releases Parade Uniform for the Winter Olympic Games

With just 15 days until the Opening Ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, the United States Olympic Committee and the Ralph Lauren unveiled the official Team USA Opening Ceremony Parade Uniform.

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Katie Ledecky Named USOC Sportswoman of the Year

Katie Ledecky stamped her name among the greats distance swimmers in history at the 2013 World Championships.


Natalie Coughlin, Kim Vandenberg Taking Part in First-Ever USO Tour to Spain

Natalie Coughlin (above) and Kim Vandenberg will tour Spain and meet with service members and families stationed at two bases there.


USA Swimming Passes Legislation Restricting Coach-Swimmer Relationships

USA Swimming has passed legislation that restricts certain coach-athlete relationships (Photo: Tim Binning/


Franklin, Lochte Named USOC Athletes of the Month for August

Missy Franklin’s 6 World Championship gold medals in Barcelona were the most ever won by a woman. (Photo: Victor Puig/


Former Stanford School Record Holder Begins Job as USOC Executive

Former Stanford swimmer Jon Denney officially takes a new high-profile role with the USOC this week.

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President Obama, USOC, Louganis Oppose Sochi Olympics Boycott

Four-time diving gold medalist Greg Louganis has openly voiced his disapproval of a potential boycott of the 2014 Sochi Olympics in Russia, and he is joined by the President of the United States and the United States Olympic Committee as well. (Photo Credit:


USOC To Politicians on Subject of Boycott: Back Off

Not that anybody believed that there were any real legs to the United States potentially boycotting the 2014 Olympics if Russian gives Edward Snowden asylum, as Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) suggested, but if there was any, the United States Olympic Committee swiftly quashed it with a statement released today. (Photo: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)


Katie Ledecky Earns USOC Athlete of the Month

Katie Ledecky and Dan Wagner, a wheelchair tennis player, earn USOC Athlete of the Month honors for their performances in June. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)

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USOC Says 10 U.S. Cities Considered for 2024 Olympic Bid; Joint Bid with Mexico Included

San Diego, California is considering a joint bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics with Tijuana, Mexico. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis,


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