In this corner, on Sierra and Vermijo, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum is proud to host Fight Night at the Museum on July 23 and July 24!

Join the USOPM for free, outdoor Olympic festival taking place July 29 through August 1.

At Rio 2016, Geer became the first U.S. woman to win a Paralympic shooting medal.

Join a team of Olympians and Paralympians on a journey of resilience and self-discovery.

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Digital Museum Spotlight

The only person to manage teams to a World Series title and Olympic gold, he was 93 years old.

He went on to compete in five Paralympics in a variety of sports and won 12 gold medals

With a contingent led by several future Hall of Fame athletes, the U.S. won 47 gold medals

The University of Illinois has seen nearly 150 students compete in the Paralympic Games

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

Relive Team USA highlights from the Sohchi 2014 Paralympic Games.

She did not win a medal, but her perserverance  was one of Rio 2016’s most memorable moments

Relive Team USA highlights from the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games.

After competing at Berlin 1936, it was thought the runner’s best years were ahead of him

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