US Women's Gymnastics

The former USA Gymnastics team doctor argues that punishments for his federal child pornography conviction violate constitutional protections.
The five-time Olympic medalist wants the organization to do more than just apologize in the wake of the Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal.
"You literally had one job and you couldn’t protect us," the Olympic medalist said at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships this week.
Lou Anna Simon was allowed to retire with benefits and a million-dollar payout even though she is currently facing criminal charges over the Larry Nassar sex abuse case.
Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Jerry Moran proposed the Empowering Olympic and Amateur Athletes Act on Tuesday.
Former gymnast Sara Teristi says Geddert watched as Nassar abused her at a gym in Michigan when she was 14.
USA Gymnastics cut ties with Edward Nyman on Tuesday citing a "conflict of interest."
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Sarah Klein feels it’s her duty to take care of the girls Nassar abused, even though she was only 8 when the disgraced doctor first molested her.
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"You know, the awards and recognition," said Michigan State University's John Engler.
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Judge Rosemarie Aquilina came under fire earlier this year when she told the former USA Gymnastics doctor that she had signed his “death warrant."
An investigation showed the two men did nothing with the accusations against disgraced physician Larry Nassar.
“This is not a liquidation. This is a reorganization,” Kathryn Carson, chairwoman of the board of directors, said.
Lou Anna Simon is the fourth MSU and/or USA Gymnastics official facing criminal charges related to covering up the sex abuse scandal.
USOC is "building plans" to ensure that gymnasts have the necessary support "to excel on and off the field."
USAG is a mess and has failed on every level to protect the young girls who put their bodies on the line for their sport.