United States Olympic Committee
The United States Olympic Committee is the National Olympic Committee for the United States. It was founded in 1894 and headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In addition, the USOC is one of only four NOCs in the world that also serve as the National Paralympic Committee for their country. The USOC is responsible for supporting, entering and overseeing U.S. teams for the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Youth Olympic Games, Pan American Games, and Parapan American Games and serves as the steward of the Olympic and Paralympic Movements in the United States.
High Performance Programs$100m
Nearly half of the usocs budget is directed toward programming and services that support and impact elite athlete performance. In addition to grants and rewards, this includes athlete health insurance, sports medicine and science, talent transfer, tech and innovation, coaching education programs, and paralympic outreach and development.
Athlete Training Facilities$27m
The usoc operates and partners with a variety of world-class facilities to support athletes in their day-to-day training and development. This includes operating two olympic training centers and supporting nearly 20 partner training sites, in addition to more than 50 community-based organizations.
Team usa media & promotion - a variety of programs related to the public promotion of team usa, and the olympic and paralympic movements to positively impact athletes personal branding and sponsorship opportunities. This includes traditional and digital media, broadcasting initiatives, and international outreach.