USOC Changes Name to US Olympic & Paralympic CommitteeThe U.S. Olympic Committee is changing its name to include the Paralympic movement.
USOC Files To Remove Itself As Defendant In Nassar LawsuitsThe U.S. Olympic Committee is trying to remove itself as a defendant in lawsuits filed by gold medalists McKayla Maroney, Jordyn Wieber and Aly Raisman, three of the gymnasts who sued the federation and others for their roles in the Larry Nassar sex-abuse scandal.
Scandal-Hit USOC Picks Golf Executive Sarah Hirshland As CEOSarah Hirshland's biggest coup to date as a sports executive was brokering the billion-dollar deal that moved the TV home of golf's U.S. Open from NBC to Fox.
Sex-Abuse Lawsuits Illustrate USOC's Difficult PathTwo lawsuits filed recently against the U.S. Olympic Committee illustrate the peril the federation finds itself in over its handling of decades' worth of sex-abuse cases, while shining a light on the murky relationship the USOC has with the sports organizations it oversees.
Citing Health Problems, Scott Blackmun To Leave USOCScott Blackmun is resigning as CEO of the US Olympic Committee, citing health problems as the reason he'll depart after leading the federation for more than eight years.
Denver Considers Another Run At Winter OlympicsDenver is considering another run at the Winter Olympics.
40 Years Later, Is Denver Ready To Host The Winter Olympics?Denver is getting ready for yet another bid for the Winter Olympics, more than 40 years after the city nixed the games.
USOC: Denver Among Cities Considered For Winter Olympics HostLeaders of the U.S. Olympic Committee say they are interested in hosting a Winter Olympics, either in 2026 or 2030 and Denver is among the cities.
Soon-To-Open Olympic Safesport Center In Denver Hires CEOThe soon-to-open U.S. Center for SafeSport has hired the executive director of the Obama administration's youth fitness initiative as its CEO.
Sporting Goods Store Puts Olympic Hopefuls To WorkDick's Sporting Goods is offering athletes 20-hour-a-week jobs on schedules that defer to the steady training and travel regimens potential Olympians must manage.
Cities To Meet With USOC About 2024Leaders from the four U.S. cities in the running to bid for the 2024 Summer Games will meet with U.S. Olympic Committee leadership Friday in the first gathering to include representatives from all the major interested parties.
USOC Adds Sexual Orientation To PolicyThe U.S. Olympic Committee board revised its non-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation, a nod to its disapproval of the Russian anti-gay law recently passed by the Olympic host country.
Colorado Springs, USOC Reach New AgreementThe Colorado Springs City Council has approved a revised agreement with the U.S. Olympic Committee that should save the city nearly $1.2 million of $3 million owed to the USOC for improvements to the Olympic Training Center.
Good Question: How Do You Bid For The Olympics?Olympic officials are now confirming that Denver has had discussions with the U.S. Olympic Committee about a possible bid for the 2022 Winter Games, but there's been no official bid just yet.