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A portion of the money granted to USA Hockey by the USOC is distributed directly to athletes in the form of monthly stipends. This funding scheme primarily affects post-collegiate women's hockey players. The criteria for receiving Direct Athlete Support in team sports are determined by their respective governing bodies, but stipend amounts VogueZone009 Womens Laceup PU RoundToe LowHeels Solid PumpsShoes Beige ANch1klaQ
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, or $9,000 to $24,000 annually. Presuming they meet the criteria defined by USA Hockey, athletes are eligible to receive this USOC funding in all years, not only when centralized.

USA Hockey supports the equitable treatment of our female athletes, a commitment going back decades:

When members of the U.S. Women's National Hockey Team state that they receive just $6,000 in direct funding from USA Hockey every four years, this is not untrue. However, players in the program do consistently receive the USOC funding that USA Hockey, as a governing body, is mandated to distribute. While the athletes are emphasizing the meagre amount paid directly by USA Hockey, USA Hockey, in turn, has mobilized the total figures that it distributes (or may hypothetically distribute), including USOC funds.

In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, USA Hockey claims that "the support [it] is implementing in order to prepare the Women’s National Team for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games includes ... additional support stipends and incentives for medals that could result in each player receiving nearly $85,000 in cash over the Olympic training and performance period.” However, the U.S. Women's National Hockey Team published a response to this statement attesting that USOC funding figures are being included by USA Hockey in calculating the potential $85,000 total.

In December 2016, the United States Olympic Committee announced that it would be increasing its monetary rewards for athletes who medal at the Olympic Games — known as Operation Gold — by 50 percent in each category, bringing the amounts to $37,500 for gold, $22,500 for silver, and $15,000 for bronze. The USOC also offers bonus money for strong performances at the World Championships in non-Olympic years, which max out at $7,500 .

Combining the $24,000 that a Team USA athlete is eligible to receive annually in USOC stipends with the potential of $37,500 in Operation Gold reward money yields a total of $61,500. In an addendum to the players' response, Monique Lamoureux-Morando explained that USA Hockey has proposed a scheme in which it would pay the athletes "about 20k," while the rest of the "nearly $85,000 in cash” that USA Hockey cites refers to USOC funding in the form of Direct Athlete Support and Operation Gold bonus money that is merely distributed by USA Hockey. Moreover, it is not made clear whether the roughly $20,000 that USA Hockey itself would pay involves results-based performance incentives that are not guaranteed.

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