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Plugged In: Steve Penny, USA Gymnastics

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 27 / 16

Just six weeks from his third Olympics as USA Gymnastics president, Steve Penny took a break from a busy schedule recently to discuss the business of the Games. This year could be a year of unprecedented success for the American team, but like any executive at a national governing body, he’s ...

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