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On March 16, 2018 several prominent Olympians published an open letter demanding wholesale change in the USOC leadership, and a "truth commission" as part of the upcoming Congressional hearings on the sexual abuse of your finest American athletes allowed under the USOC and several NGBs. See the letter here.

USAT has an ever growing collection of articles related to Athlete Advocacy for Olympians and Olympic hopefuls. Be sure to check it out!

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5 Olympians, Alpine ski racer Bode Miller, judokas Kayla Harrison and Jimmy Pedro, rower Caroline Lind and shotputter August Wolf, call for an overhaul of the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Chairman's ouster.

August Wolf describes how the U.S. Olympic Committee has been mismanaged. It's time to refocus on putting athletes first.

Larry Nasser wasn't the only abuser in Olympic sports. Kayla Harrison and August Wolf explain the negligence caused by the U.S. Olympic Committee.


Nancy Hogshead-Makar making a HUGE difference for America’s future.

2016 and 2018 Olympics

For the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games

Nathan Crumpton, who has dedicated himself to athletic excellence in the Skeleton since 2011 with among others support from US Athletic Trust, narrowly missed making the 2018 US Team. Kudos to Nic for his fine efforts. Amazingly talented 400m runner now bobsledder KEHRI JONES (a snow and bobsled rookie) exceeded all expectations and nearly qualified to push for TEAM USA. We are so very proud of her accomplishments!

At the 2016 Rio Olympic Games

Donn Cabral led the USAT group of athletes with an 8th place finish in the 3000M Steeplechase at the Rio Olympic Games, matching his performance from London 2012--an amazing result for Donn. Heptathlete Heather Miller-Koch was clutch under pressure and secured her spot in Rio with a classy finish in the heptathlon. Heather finished in 18th place at the the Rio Olympics in a very tough competition. Javelin thrower Sean Furey finished in 35th place at Rio, his second Olympic berth. Congratulations to all our athletes for making the stars and stripes proud!

US Olympic Trials of Track and Field 2016

For a recap of the 2016 Olympic Track and Field Trials, read our amazing detailed report by USAT founding board member ​Frank Harrison in his piece "3 Perfect Days in Eugene"