The former president of USA Gymnastics refused to answer questions Tuesday from a Senate subcommittee about how he handled allegations of sexual abuse by former team doctor Larry Nassar.
The hiring is the latest effort to strengthen sex-abuse policies that are being rewritten in the wake of cases involving Olympic athletes.
Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics has parted ways with senior vice president Rhonda Faehn, who has come under fire recently from victims of Larry Nassar.
Michigan State University says it has reached a settlement with hundreds of women and girls who say they were sexually assaulted by sports doctor Larry Nassar in the worst sex-abuse case in sports history.
The suit alleges Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics, the U.S. Olympic Committee and the husband-and-wife coaching duo failed to protect her and other athletes.
Former USA Gymnastics women’s national team coordinator Martha Karolyi and husband, Bela, have been named as co-defendants in several civil lawsuits filed against former doctor Larry Nassar and Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics.
Testimony from four Olympic athletes to a Senate subcommittee Wednesday provided yet another reminder of the way leaders at the U.S. Olympic Committee, U.S. Figure Skating, USA Gymnastics and other federations failed to protect them over a span of decades.
Olympic gold medalist Jordyn Wieber filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging Michigan State University and former leaders for Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics hid Larry Nassar's conduct from the public and law enforcement.
Pulte Homes of Indiana has filed plans to develop 78 single-family homes on land adjacent to the proposed site of the new Little League International regional headquarters in Zionsville.
Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics is suing its insurance carriers, alleging that they haven't fully reimbursed it for defense costs incurred in lawsuits filed by victims of disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar.
The suit by Aly Raisman alleges negligence by U.S. Olympic Committee and Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics for failing to make sure appropriate protocols were followed in regard to monitoring serial sex offender Larry Nassar.
Scott Blackmun resigned as chief executive of the U.S. Olympic Committee on Wednesday, stepping aside so he can tackle his prostate cancer and to allow the federation to move forward to address the sex-abuse scandal that has rocked gymnastics and other sports.
Former gymnasts and coaches describe a win-at-all-cost culture that was tacitly endorsed by the Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics and institutionalized by Bela and Martha Karolyi, the duo who coached America’s top female gymnasts for three decades.
In the wake of the blockbuster revelations, Mark Emmert, president of the Indianapolis-based NCAA, said that the allegations, “if true, point to systematic failures that must be fixed and fixed now if we want college sports in America.”
Indianapolis-based USA Track & Field has placed Vin Lananna on temporary leave to avoid potential conflict-of-interest concerns over an investigation into the awarding of the 2021 world championships to Eugene, Oregon.
The Indianapolis-based organization said it wants to provide the financial support for the young women and girls to access counseling and mental health services.
The worst sex-abuse case in sports history ended Monday with a third long prison sentence for Larry Nassar, but investigations involving USA Gymnastics, Michigan State University and the NCAA could go on for years.
The former sports doctor whose serial sexual abuse of girls and young women has shaken the gymnastics world was sentenced Monday to a third prison term—this one 40 to 125 years—for molesting athletes at a Michigan gymnastics club.