TO SUPPORT U.S. OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC ATHLETES IN ACHIEVING SUSTAINED COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE WHILE DEMONSTRATING THE VALUES OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT, THEREBY INSPIRING ALL AMERICANS.
Of expenditures were directed to areas that support U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes, including $77 million in direct grants and support
Partners, including three new and 10 renewals in 2014
Raised in the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Foundation's first full year of operation
Square feet of space in the new Ted Stevens Sports Services Center— home to the only one-stop comprehensive sports medicine assessment facility in the U.S.
Athletes served at the three high-performance U.S. Olympic Training Centers that offer world-class facilities, medical services and technologies
TEAM USA MEDALISTS AT THE SOCHI
OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES
The U.S. finished second in the Olympic medal count with 28, which is the most won by Team USA at a Winter Games outside North America, and third in the Paralympic medal chart with 18
Of Americans tuned into the Sochi Olympics, as NBC's primetime viewership averaged 21.4 million per night, earning the top rating all 18 nights
Page views among more than 15 million unique visitors to the TeamUSA.org network of 25 sites
Impressions during the Sochi Games on the five Team USA social channels, which totaled 5.5 million followers in 2014
International sport leadership positions held by U.S. representatives, highlighted by four IOC members
Of NGB partners (47) compliant with newly set safe sport standards, as the USOC began work to launch an independent entity to oversee education programs for safe sport, and investigate and adjudicate claims of misconduct
Increase in the number of athletes receiving career and education services (nearly 1,000) following the revamp of the Athlete Career and Education Program
Americans celebrated Olympic Day at a record 1,055 events in 813 cities across all 50 states and five overseas locations