Congress formed center based in Denver in 2017 to deal with abuse allegations in Olympic sports. Now it’s facing harsh criticism.
The U.S. Center for SafeSport in Denver has about 1,000 open cases, a quarter of which are more than a year old, and gets around 150 new complaints each week.
Nine empty boxes, one belonging to each U.S. skater who finished second in the Olympic team event, are sitting under glass as part of an exhibit at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum that opened Thursday
The merger further levels the playing field for winter para athletes by pumping more money into training, elevating their profile
The dormant 250-meter outdoor track in Erie will be revived as a nonprofit community gathering place and high-altitude training destination for track cyclists
Colorado’s Ava Keenan, and 22 other young skiers and snowboarders on the National Brotherhood of Skiers team, is working with the organization to diversify the highest levels of those sports.
Yes, we’re talking about curling. And the mountain town’s outdoor curling arena is the only of its kind in Colorado.
Athletes participating were a mix of past and potentially future Olympians
The U.S. Center for SafeSport is investigating misconduct allegations against longtime snowboard coach Peter Foley, who has left his job at U.S. Ski & Snowboard. Foley is listed as being under “temporary suspension” on the SafeSport website, which added his name to its database on Friday. At the Beijing Olympics last month, a former member […]
By Howard Fendrich and Pat Graham, The Associated Press BEAVER CREEK — Ski racers settling into the start gate for Alpine World Cup events in the Rocky Mountains in early December squinted through sunshine that carried the temperature toward 50 degrees and glanced down at a course covered with pristine — and manufactured — snow. […]