Irish authorities reopened their investigation into Gibney, now in his 70s residing in Florida, following the 2020 BBC podcast, “Where is George Gibney?”.`1
Catch up on the biggest Olympic and Paralympic storylines outside of the swimming world.
Catch up on the biggest Olympic and Paralympic storylines outside of the swimming world, including Team GB potentially losing a medal in track and field.
USA Gymnastics has filed an agreement for a $425 million settlement with hundreds of women who said they were abused by someone affiliated with the sport.
The “Empowering Olympic and Amateur Athletes Act” was passed by the House of Representatives and now awaits a signature from President Donald Trump.
The U.S. Senate passed the act this week, increasing oversight of sports organizations after years of high-profile sexual abuse scandals.
Mitchell, an Olympic gold medalist, former Division I coach, and current Caltech athletic director, has seen swimming from all angles.
Former VP of sports medicine Bill Moreau filed a whistleblower lawsuit alleging he was fired by the USOPC for questioning its handling of reported abuse.
Under the proposed settlement, USA Gymnastics would pay out $215 million to hundreds of women who were abused by former doctor Larry Nassar.
With the 2010-2019 decade officially ending, we’re looking back at the top 15 swimming moments of the past ten years from a U.S.-based lens.
The US Department of Justice is investigating several U.S. Olympic sport organizations over sexual abuse and potential financial misconduct, the WSJ reports.
A Congressional panel found the USOPC and USA Gymnastics to have covered up abuse by Larry Nassar. Two Senators are introducing a bill to reform the USOPC.
Despite resigning amid heavy criticism for his handling of major abuse scandals, former USOC CEO Scott Blackmun received severance pay of $2.4 million.
The U.S. Olympic Committee announced some changes to its staff this week, touting the changes as focused on making the organization more responsive to athletes. But one of the organization’s chief critics, the Committee to Restore Integrity, immediately expressed “disappointment” that the reorganization didn’t include more major reforms.
A report from Congress created after a yearlong investigation into the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) and its national governing bodies showed “a number of breakdowns and failures in the system to protect athletes.”