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U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee Announces 2022 Hall of Fame Class

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee has announced the 2022 Hall of Fame Class that will be inducted in a ceremony June 24 at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with eight individuals, two teams, two legends, one coach and one special contributor being recognized. The inductees include Natalie Coughlin […]

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As 2021 Olympics Near, the USOP Museum Looks to the Future

Years in the making, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum appeared to have it all when it opened last year. An inspiring and historical subject matter unlike any other museum in the country. A unique architecture that makes a statement on the skyline. A prime location in a growing part of downtown Colorado Springs. All […]

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U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum Aims for July 30 Opening

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Museum, a new attraction in downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado, that saw its opening delayed from the coronavirus pandemic, has announced it will open to the public in July 30. Attendees will have to abide by policies designed to prevent the spread of the virus, including timed ticketed entrances, required […]

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SportsTravel Road Trip Provides Education for NGBs

The seventh annual SportsTravel Road Trip in Colorado Springs, Colorado, brought together executives of national governing bodies for a morning of education and a tour of the soon-to-open U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum. The event, held March 11–12 and sponsored by the Louisville Sports Commission and Louisville Tourism, was staged at the National Strength and […]

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