Athlete Ombuds

Athlete Services and Benefits

Close up during the Wheelchair Curling Round Robin Session USA v Norway at the Gangneung Curling Centre. The Paralympic Winter Games, PyeongChang, South Korea, Thursday 15th March 2018. Photo: Simon Bruty for OIS/IOC. Handout image supplied by OIS/IOC

Elite athletes may contact the Office of the Athlete Ombudsman for confidential, independent advice regarding services and benefits, including, but not limited to, performance grants and rewards, health insurance, promotional opportunities, education and career services, and access to training facilities, sports medicine and science, mental health services, and safe sport and anti-doping programming. 

For further information or initial questions, feel free to visit the following links or contact your National Governing Body or USOPC Athlete Services.

Kyle Mack competes at  PyeongChang 2018, grabbing his board as he flies through the air.

CONTACT US  

The Office of the Athlete Ombudsman provides cost-free, independent and confidential advice and dispute resolution services. 

 

REPORT AN ATHLETE SAFETY CONCERN

File a concern with the U.S. Center for SafeSport to help keep sports safe for all.

 

REPORT A DOPING CONCERN

Report a concern to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to help keep sports clean.

 

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

The Office of the Athlete Ombudsman can help confidentially refer athletes to the help they need.

 

Disclaimer: 
Please note that advice from any member of the Office of the Athlete Ombudsman, including but not limited to information provided on this website, does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. The Athlete Ombudsman will offer neutral, independent advice to any athlete, and athletes should always seek legal counsel if they want specific legal advice or individual representation. See our homepage for our full disclaimer.