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Former U.S. Gymnasts, USOC Exec Blast USA Gymnastics Over Sex Abuse Scandal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 29 / 17

Gymnastics HOFer  JESSICA HOWARD  yesterday told a Senate Judiciary Committee that the culture of USA Gymnastics has been "about 'money and medals' more than about the wellbeing of its athletes," according to Brady & Axon of USA TODAY. Former U.S. gymnast  JAMIE DANTZSCHER&nb...

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