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 history, when he won the 10,000-meter run at Tokyo 1964. Mills continues to use his voice...

Meet the Newest Hall of Famers

Get to know the incredible men and women who were inducted into the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame as the Class of 2019....

Plan your visit

Take a look at all that Olympic City USA has to offer and make your trip the best it can be....


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

Make your plans now to visit the 60,000 square foot Museum dedicated to our nation’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes and their compelling stories.

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”.


Swimmer Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time, with 28 medals, 23 of them gold.

When Peggy Fleming captured a gold medal in ladies’ figure skating at the Grenoble 1968 Winter Olympic Games, she brought American figure skating back to the forefront and helped the event become one of the most popular at the Winter Olympic Games.

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