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USOC Board: We're Bidding For 2024

The United States will bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Whether the bid city is Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Washington, D.C., however, is yet to be determined. Following one-hour pitches (40-minute presentations, followed by 20 minutes for Q&A) from the four cities Tuesday in Redwood City, California, the United States Olympic Committee announced it would indeed put forth a bid for the 2024 summer Games. The International Olympic Committee’s executive board will determine finalists in the spring of 2016, and the full IOC will vote on the host city in September 2017.
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Olympians for Olympians Relief Fund

The USOC has established the Olympians for Olympians Relief Fund (OORF) dedicated to (1) providing charitable assistance to United States Olympians who demonstrate a significant need due to hardship as a result from illness, death or other extenuating circumstances; and (2) carrying out those other activities which may assist United States Olympians who demonstrate need as described above. 

The Olympians for Olympians Relief Fund is to be funded by United States Olympians through tax-deductible contributions.  Contributions can be made by direct payment to the Olympians for Olympians Relief Fund with check, credit card or cash (a receipt will be provided).

Management of the Olympians for Olympians Relief Fund is under the control of the Board of Directors consisting of the following individuals as authorized under Section 4.6 of the bylaws.


United States Olympic Committee's board of directors unanimously approved the creation of an independent entity to oversee education programs for safe sport and to investigate and adjudicate allegations of sexual abuse in the sports that are managed by USOC National Governing Bodies.


Legislation to Exempt Olympic Medals and Awards from California Taxes Passes Assembly Appropriations Committee

Sacramento, CA – Legislation to exempt gold, silver, and bronze Olympic medalists from paying taxes on those achievements today passed out of the Assembly Appropriations Committee on a bipartisan vote and is now heading to the Assembly floor. Assembly Bill 2323 by Assemblyman Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) would exempt California Olympians and Paralympians from state taxes on awards by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) for their success in the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The exemption does not include sponsorship deals and other endorsement income.  



National Medical Network Q&A
The purpose of the National Medical Network is driven by its vision statement: “The United States Olympic Committee Sports Medicine Network will support Olympic and Paralympic athletes’ performance through the comprehensive preparation, maintenance and enhancement of the athlete’s health while providing new medical resources in collaboration with the NGBs.”

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Upcoming Leadership Calls  
  
January 6

Upcoming AAC Meeting
January 9-11, Charlotte, NC


USOC AAC 2013-2016 Strategic Plan Summary 

Guiding Principles:

*Grow AAC identity and recognition 
*Operate in a spirit of active, engaged partnership and mutual respect 
*Be transparent and inclusive of our membership 

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