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U.S. Federal Judge has Approved a 60 Million Dollar Settlement for College Athletes

Labelled a landmark decision, a U.S. federal judge has approved a 60 million dollar settlement for college athletes in a class-action lawsuit filed against the...

USOC pays top employees top dollar

For many of its top employees, it pays to work for the U.S. Olympic Committee “In an era when some U.S. Olympic athletes have turned...

Olympic Boycotts Do Not Work

The Honorable Lindsey Graham, Republican, South Carolina, United States Senate 290 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510-4001 Dear Sen. Graham: Please allow me to start with a...

U.S. Speed Skating Embroiled in Scandal

Editor’s Note: With the next Winter Olympics less than a year away, U.S. short-track speed skating is spinning into chaos, a Chicago Tribune examination has found....

Seattle an Olympic City?

Why not Seattle? Seattle has moxie. It has verve. It has a cosmopolitan panache and more than 3.5 million people in the metropolitan area. So, why...

USOC’s 2024 Triple-Play Bid-City Letter

Finally, a U.S. Olympic bid process that, from the outset, takes the long, strong view. It only makes sense. The two people in charge...

U.S. Olympic Athletes Have a Hard-Knock Life

Middle-distance runner Nick Symmonds is brandishing temporary tattoos on his arm to the highest bidder to display at track and field meets to raise...
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