USOPC ethics committee finds Anne Cribbs ineligible for Olympic alumni group post

USOPC ethics committee finds Anne Cribbs ineligible for Olympic alumni group post

The ethics panel of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee has stated that former Olympic swimmer Anne Warner Cribbs was ineligible to hold a position with the American Olympian and Paralympian Association, an influential alumni group. The ethics panel determined that Cribbs, president and CEO…

USOPC spends $20 million more on employees than athletes in 2019

USOPC spends $20 million more on employees than athletes in 2019

At a time when the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee has repeatedly pledged to athletes, Congress and the public that it would become  more athlete-centric, the organization spent nearly $20 million more in 2019 on its employees than it did on direct financial support to…

USOPC wants Scott Blackmun, Rick Adams depositions conducted remotely

USOPC wants Scott Blackmun, Rick Adams depositions conducted remotely

Attorneys for more than a 140 women who said they were sexually abused by former U.S. Olympic and USA Gymnastics national team physician Larry Nassar are opposing a request by the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee that depositions of former USOPC CEO Scott Blackmun and…

Simone Biles, survivors ask court to force USOPC to provide answers in Larry Nassar cases

Simone Biles, survivors ask court to force USOPC to provide answers in Larry Nassar cases

Simone Biles won four gold medals at the 2016 Olympic Games with a performance that defied both gravity and human imagination. She captured the hearts of millions, the attention of Madison Avenue, and established herself as the rightful heir to retiring Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt…

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