Team Integrity's Press Release regarding the proposed Empowering Olympic and Amateur Athletes Act of 2019

#ICYMI: ITF Presidential Candidate, Minsk 2019, Ex-USOPC Chief, 2020 Copa America

(ATR) #ICYMI -- In Case You Missed It ... Sometimes the best stories don't get the attention we think they deserve. Here are our staff picks for articles this week they really want you to know about.

Ex-USOPC Chief Severance: $2.4 Million

(ATR) A leading critic of the USOPC tells Around the Rings she is appalled by the Scott Blackmun payout.


More than 100 Olympians and Paralympians Are Now Calling for USOC Resignations.

USOC Loses Sponsor at Year's End

(ATR) It's the first sponsor to leave following the release of the Ropes & Gray report on gymnastics sex abuse scandal.

Salt Lake City for 2030 Winter Olympics

(ATR) The Utah capital city edges Denver for 2030 U.S. bid.

ATR First: Blackmun Demise Means U.S. Losses

(ATR) The aftermath of the gymnastics scandal means reduced global influence for the USOC.

Congress Next Step in USOC, Gymnastics Struggle -- Top Story Replay

(ATR) A takeover of the USOC could be a drastic response to the gymnastics sex abuse scandal.

Media Watch: Critics Take Aim at USOC, USA Gymnastics

(ATR) Some praise but mostly unforgiving commentary about the Ropes & Gray report in U.S. media.

Congress Next Step in USOC, Gymnastics Struggle

(ATR) A takeover of the USOC could be a drastic response to the gymnastics sex abuse scandal.

USOC Blamed for Deceit and Silence in Gymnastics Abuse

(ATR) A top exec fired as USOC learns the ugly truth about the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal.

USOC, USA Gymnastics Targeted By Olympian Lawsuit

(ATR) Aly Raisman sues for damages over the sexual abuse she suffered from the U.S team doctor for gymnastics.

Scott Blackmun Resigns at USOC

(ATR) A new CEO will guide changes in the aftermath of USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal.

Nassar Sentencing is Over, USA Gymnastics Overhaul Just Beginning

(ATR) The ex-team doctor for USA Gymnastics hit with 175 years in prison as USOC outlines a new future for USAG.

USOC CEO Out for PyeongChang Olympics

(ATR) Scott Blackmun says he’ll watch the Winter Olympics on NBC as he mends after surgery.

George Killian, 93, Ex-IOC Member, FISU Chief

(ATR) Brooklyn-born Killian rose from grass roots sport to the IOC, FIBA and FISU.

Chaunte Lowe upgraded to bronze medal in high jump for Olympic Games Beijing 2008

USOC Calls for IOC Action on Integrity, Sochi Doping

(ATR) USOC leaders blast Olympic corruption, demand action on doping...ATR Editor Ed Hula reports from Colorado Springs.

Olympic Fever for the U.S. Olympic Committee

(ATR) The U.S. Olympic Committee meets in Colorado Springs with a new summer Games host and talk of a new bid for winter.

U.S. Winter Olympic Bid 'Complicated' Says LA 2028

(ATR) LA 2028 will not stand in way of a Winter Olympic bid, but must solve commercial rights before it proceeds.

Los Angeles Awarded 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Summer Games to return to the United States for first time in 32 years.

ATR First: Stronger PanamSports = More Medals

(ATR) Revitalized continental association means better athletes. On the scene with Kevin Nutley in Miami.

U.S. Olympic Committee commends Colorado medal tax exemption bill for Team USA athletes

LA 2024 pledges to connect the Games to the future in its IOC bid book

USOC Strikes 2024 Olympics Deal

(ATR) A hurdle is cleared for the LA 2024 Olympic bid. ATR Editor Ed Hula reports from Colorado Springs.

Updated - Ali Remembered as The Greatest

(ATR) Tributes from around the world for Olympian Muhammad Ali.

Calm Over Zika, New Look for USOC Logo

(ATR) A new logo with a 13 star U.S. flag and other notes from the USOC Media Summit in Los Angeles.

Three Years To PyeongChang -- Monday Memo

(ATR) PyeongChang 2018 is marking three years to the Winter Olympics on Feb. 9 with a three-hour celebration.

Alpine World Ski Championships Underway in Colorado -- ATR Podcast

(ATR) The Alpine World Ski Championships are in the United States for the first time since 1999.