Dictionary of the Olympic Games offers a reference to Olympic games news and history from Olympia to Sydney 2000.
[Official site] A variety of information involving the candidate and host cities, events, IOC policies, international sports federations, national Olympic committees, and Olympic museum. [Site in French and English]
Established at The University of Western Ontario in 1989. It has as its primary mission the generation of academic scholarship focused specifically upon the socio-cultural study of the Modern Olympic Games and the Olympic Movement.
Historical results of Austrian athletes competing at Summer and Winter Olympics. Includes medal count tables of all countries. An unofficial site.
OTAB is a sporting film and television library, offering films and videos that chronicles the Olympic Games history. The new acquisitions, the archive, olympic programming, information about services, and FAQs.
Historic results and statistics plus summaries of every Olympic Winter and Summer Games.
An interactive site about Olympics, the IOC, how the competitions are held, the ancient games and World Olympic Records, Paralympics. Includes also message boards to voice out opinions on olympic issues, interactive puzzles and quizzes.
The complete program and results of the olympics in English and French illustrated with pictures from a philatelic collection.
Information on all things Olympic, including logos, mascots, venues,and bid candidates.
USADA, the independent agency, is responsible for managing the testing for U.S. Olympic, Pan Am, and Paralympic athletes, and for preserving the integrity of sport through research initiatives and educational programs.