S.F. Begins Effort To Land '24 Games IOC's Bach: Reform Will Make Bid Process Friendlier Top FBS Coach Salaries Doubled Since '06 Univ. of Hawaii Proposes Naming-Rights Sales Dayton To Continue Hosting First Four IOC Releases Reform Agenda NCAA Names '17-21 Final Four Sites USOC Looks For More Content Around Games Beijing Seen As Front-Runner For '22 Games Giants' Baer Leading Bay Area's '24 Bid
WITH NEW POSITION, SCHULTZ HAS MANY RESPONSIBILITIES
Published June 30, 1995
Michael Knisley details the challenges facing newly elected USOC Exec Dir Dick Schultz in the current SPORTING NEWS. Knisley writes, "[The USOC] at least found someone with experience at navigating the intricate channels of amateur sports bureaucracy." Among the challenges: Coalition-building with the national governing bodies, which "often are at odds with the USOC over athlete eligibility and funding"; 2) increase USOC's influence internationally; and, 3) address the "nagging problem" of the USOC's relationship with the NCAA (THE SPORTING NEWS, 7/3 issue).