USA Archery

USA Archery Unveils New Logo as Part of Rebrand

USA Archery has completed a major rebranding of its organizational logo to align with significant growth and organizational evolution at the national governing body. The rebrand comes at an important time as USA Archery aims to significantly grow the sport leading to and through the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles. The new […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
IOC Michael Payne

Michael Payne Awarded IOC’s Pierre de Coubertin Medal

Michael Payne, former Director of the International Olympic Committee and longtime Olympic commentator, has been awarded the Pierre de Coubertin Medal by the IOC at a special ceremony in Lausanne, Switzerland. Created in 1997, the Pierre de Coubertin Medal is awarded by the IOC as a tribute to those who deliver services to the Olympic […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
USOPC

USOPC to Honor Winners of 2020 and 2022 Collegiate Impact Awards

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee has announced the winners of its 2020 and 2022 Team USA Collegiate Impact Awards, which honor the top-performing schools represented on Team USA at the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Summer 2020 and the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The eight inductees which form the inaugural classes will […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
USA Swimming Foundation

USA Swimming Foundation Board Welcomes New Members

Four new members are joining the USA Swimming Foundation Board of Directors. Dan Clough, John Enquist, Kyle Jackson and Andrew Wilson were elected by the USA Swimming Board of Directors at its November meeting to serve on the Foundation Board starting in 2023 through 2025. Jill Bornstein, Cynthia Eubanks and Cullen Jones were re-elected to […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
USRowing Foundation

USRowing Creates Foundation to Assist Funding

USRowing has announced the formation of the USRowing Foundation. “The USRowing Foundation will be a separate 501c3 organization from the National Governing Body but will work shoulder-to-shoulder with USRowing to provide funding for our priorities and initiatives,” said USRowing Chief Executive Officer Amanda Kraus. “We have an incredible group that has signed on and we […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
Aerial view of Paris with Eiffel tower and Seine river
Aerial view of Paris with Eiffel tower and Seine river

Paris 2024 Olympic Games Tickets Sale Starts December 1

Tickets for the 2024 Olympic Summer Games in Paris will go on sale December 1 with a new approach in which tickets will be obtainable from a single platform worldwide and will not be available through resellers for the first Olympic Games — Summer or Winter — that will have fans in attendance since the […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
usa-wrestling-logo

Spokane to Host USA Wrestling Women’s National Championships

USA Wrestling has selected Spokane, Washington, as host of the USA Wrestling Women’s National Championships for the next three years. The event includes competition in freestyle wrestling in eight age divisions and serves as the world team trials in women’s freestyle in four of those age levels. The local organizing committee for the event will […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
Winter Olympics Salt Lake City
Georg Hackl of Germany speeds past an Olympic logo during a practice run for the men's singles luge at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in Park City, Utah. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File)

Salt Lake City, Sapporo Presents Bids to Host 2030 Winter Olympics to IOC

Presentations made, the 2030 Olympic Winter Games bid groups from Salt Lake City, Utah, and Sapporo are now in wait-and-see mode. Both groups presented to the International Olympic Committee’s Future Host Commission on Tuesday morning. The virtual presentations are expected to be the final ones made the Future Host Commission before it decides which bid […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
SportsTravel Aron McGuire Podcast

Aron McGuire: Driving USA Bobsled & Skeleton Through the Pandemic

  The last World Cup sliding event in North America was in 2019. All three North American tracks lost events — including world championship races in Whistler and Lake Placid — because of the pandemic, with international officials relocating those events to Europe and Asia. American and Canadian sliders spoke out about a wish for […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :