USOC compliance report shows USBC meets all requirements

ARLINGTON, Texas – The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) published an audit report confirming the United States Bowling Congress is compliant with the USOC’s 2018 Compliance Checklist.

The audit was conducted by the USOC National Governing Body Compliance and Audit Department.

The USOC annually conducts a review and produces a compliance checklist report for all National Governing Bodies. The report verifies USBC is aligned with key elements of the Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act, the USOC Bylaws and certain USOC policies, in order to demonstrate ongoing commitment to the values and requirements of membership in the USOC.

As part of the review, USBC policy was examined and deemed compliant on the checklist report which includes 27 questions related to the following areas:

  • Governance/Managerial
  • Financial capability
  • Due process and athlete representation
  • SafeSport
  • Anti-Doping

USOC initially identified two deficiencies needing policy clarification. USBC immediately remedied these to become fully compliant.

The full report can be found at, the compliance page of the USOC website.