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Topic - U.S. Olympic Committee
The speedskaters flopped, and the hockey team was blanked when it mattered most. If it wasn't for some brand new sports, the medal count would be paltry.
Leading up to the Winter Games in Sochi, the big questions surrounded security, hotel room conditions and stray dogs.
The U.S. Olympic Committee is currently weighing a possible run for the 2024 Summer Games. If that's ruled out, the 2026 Winter Olympics would be an option.
U.S. Olympic leaders are sounding out international officials in Sochi about a potential American bid for the games - and the feedback is positive.
Western Pennsylvania's Allegheny Health Network is one of six health care providers nationwide that can be used by Olympic athletes under the U.S. Olympic Committee's National Medical Network.
Protesters in cities around the world targeted major Olympic sponsors Wednesday, just ahead of the Winter Games in Sochi, urging them to speak out against Russia's law restricting gay-rights activities. Two more sponsors of the U.S. Olympic team condemned the law, but leading global sponsors did not join them.
Lolo Jones' selection to the U.S. Olympic bobsled team is being strongly defended by those who made the pick, amid growing criticism that her popularity played a role in the decision and overshadowed the results of other hopefuls.
The red-white-and-blue mittens being sold to the public to raise funds for U.S. Olympic athletes were made in China, less than two years after a firestorm erupted over the athletes' "Made in China" uniforms for the 2012 summer games.
Ledecky's remarkable performance at the world championships in Barcelona, which saw her win gold in all four events she swam — setting new world records in two of them — led to the honor.
From the glory to the guts, there's plenty to be sorted out as the Washington area takes another swing at landing its first Olympic Games. But the ball is now officially rolling.
Swimming, track and field, basketball, women's soccer, Serena Williams and Aly Raisman. They all found their way onto U.S. Olympic Committee chairman Larry Probst's highlight list from the London Games.
With the U.S. Olympic Committee caught red-faced earlier this month for dressing our nation's athletes in uniforms made in China, one harkens back to the day when "Made in America" was more than a nostalgic slogan.
Uniforms for U.S. Olympic athletes are American red, white and blue - but made in China. That has members of Congress fuming.
Men with earpieces and dark suits, two metal detectors and a bomb-sniffing dog whose wet nose dribbled on the marble floor stood outside the Hilton Anatoles Grand Ballroom on Monday. This wasn't normal for the U.S. Olympic Committee's media summit: First lady Michelle Obama was minutes away.