Andy Soule celebrates gold at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Paralympic Games.
Athlete and Sport Program
Athlete and sport program plans for U.S. Para Nordic Skiing include qualification procedures and criteria for the U.S. Paralympics Nordic Skiing National Team, the schedule of national team activities, qualification criteria for U.S. teams attending major international competitions, and information regarding USOPC direct athlete support and other USOPC athlete benefits for national team members.
Plans are updated and posted annually after the conclusion of the competition season. From this page, you can either click to view current performance plans or download a copy onto your computer.
Plans are in PDF format. If you require the document in an alternative format, send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Code of Conduct for U.S. Paralympics National Teams and U.S. Paralympics Programs
U.S. Paralympics Complaint Procedures
U.S. Paralympics Form for Administrative Grievance Complaint
To file an Administrative Grievance Complaint pursuant to U.S. Paralympics Complaint Procedures, an individual must complete an electronic form along with a filing fee of $100.
U.S. Paralympics Form for Opportunity to Participate Complaints
To file an Opportunity to Participate Complaint pursuant to U.S. Paralympics Complaint Procedures, an individual must complete an electronic form along with a filing fee of $100.
Report of Alleged Misconduct
Anyone who has information about incidents of an individual who has signed and agreed to abide by the U.S. Paralympics Code of Conduct and allegedly violated the U.S. Paralympics Code of Conduct or any other rule or regulation relating to conduct, may report the details by completing an electronic form.
U.S. Paralympics Form for Disciplinary Action Complaints
To file a Disciplinary Action Complaint pursuant to U.S. Paralympics Complaint Procedures, an individual must complete an electronic form.
The Office of the Athlete Ombuds offers independent, confidential advice to elite athletes regarding their rights and responsibilities in the Olympic and Paralympic Movement, and assists athletes with a broad range of questions, disputes, complaints and concerns.
Neither U.S. Paralympics nor any U.S. Paralympics athlete, employee, contractor, coach, referee/official, agent, or volunteer may threaten or take action against an athlete for disclosing information to or asking for assistance from the Office of the Athlete Ombuds. The policy of the Office of the Athlete Ombuds can be found here: www.teamusa.org/athlete-ombuds.