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Fitzgerald Mosley leads athletes, staff by example

Fitzgerald Mosley leads athletes, staff by example

Benita Fitzgerald Mosley has been chief of organizational excellence for the United States Olympic Committee since August. In this role, she oversees athlete career programs, the athlete ombudsman’s office, diversity and inclusion, human resources, facilities, organizational development for national governing bodies, security and strategic planning. For the past four years, Mosley has been chief of… Continue Reading Fitzgerald Mosley leads athletes, staff by example

Memorial Health System is the official hospital of the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. In the first-of-its-kind agreement, Memorial will provide both general and specialized care to athletes training in the city, as well as provide medical support for USOC sports events in Colorado Springs. It’s hoped that other training centers will… Continue Reading Memorial to become official USOTC health system

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It’s more than 5,000 miles to London and Olympians and Paralympians are challenging the community to walk there with them. In celebration of the 2012 summer Olympic games, Colorado Springs Olympians and Paralympians will be part of the “Walk to London 2012” event, joining residents in community walks and rallies where every step will be… Continue Reading Local Olympic athletes host “Walk to London” to celebrate the summer games

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USOC celebrates sports culture

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As the official headquarters of the U.S. Olympic Committee, Colorado Springs will host nine events commemorating Olympic Day.  The four-day fest will climax with a city-wide celebration on Saturday at the Olympic Training Center campus. The Community Appreciation Day Celebration is scheduled for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The city joins more than 250… Continue Reading USOC celebrates sports culture

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Warrior Games begin tomorrow

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The 2010 Warrior Games, which feature 200 wounded, injured and ill personnel from all military branches, begins tomorrow in Colorado Springs. The games feature seven sports at venues including the U.S. Olympic Training Center, the United States Air Force Academy and Memorial Park. U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee, the Department… Continue Reading Warrior Games begin tomorrow

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Anything going on this week? Nah, just being the hometown of the United States Olympic Committee and having the Winter Games happening on the same continent. Not that anyone here can tell. Colorado Springs isn’t sporting any golden rings or staging any celebrations, nothing to declare that that this is the hub of the country’s… Continue Reading We’re the proud home of the USOC, but who would know?

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