Billy Mills: A Miraculous Comeback

During Native American Heritage Month, we look back at Billy Mills, a member of the Oglala Lakota from Pine Ridge, South Dakota, who posted one of the greatest upsets in Olympic...

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Digital Museum Spotlight

Judo helped shape Yosh Uchida’s life and in turn, he used judo to mold so many young adults.

Swimmer Becca Meyers is in select company as one of the few deaf athletes ever to participate in the Olympic or Paralympic Games. She has won three gold medals, two silver and a bronze over the past two Paralympic Games.

Shannon Miller wore her famous scrunchie in every big meet for six years to keep her hair out of the way and prevent it from distracting judges.

Featured Events

By pairing people with shared experiences for a 40-minute uninterrupted conversation, StoryCorps’ unique format creates meaningful discussion that preserves history.

Two weeks after the Olympic Flame is lit in ancient Olympia, Greece, the Tokyo 2020 Torch Relay begins as it travels to all 47 prefectures with the concept “Hope Lights Our Way”.

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Visiting Colorado Springs

See all that Olympic City USA and the Pikes Peak Region have to offer guests of all ages.

Explore Garden of the Gods

You won’t forget the mysterious rocks that change color based on the time of day and weather conditions.

USOPMUSEUM HIGHLIGHTS

The Museum's new logo takes its colors from the Olympic rings and Paralympic agitos, its stripes from the American flag and the diamond silhouette from the Museum’s exterior

HALL OF FAME

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