Olympics

Unsealed documents reveal what USA Gymnastics knew about sex abuse complaints

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The records include sex abuse complaints that were received and maintained by USA Gymnastics, which is headquartered in Indianapolis. The allegations involved dozens of coaches working with the organization.Read more

NBC to air Olympics live in primetime starting in 2018

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It's the first time the Winter Olympics will be available to all viewers across the country at the same time.Read more

USOC delivers conclusion to USA Gymnastics president

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U.S. Olympic Committee leaders have contacted USA Gymnastics President Steve Penny about his future at the federation and say they'll wait for Penny to respond before divulging what they told him.Read more

USA Gymnastics defends president amidst calls for resignation

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USA Gymnastics officials are responding to a call for the head of their organization to resign.Read more




Americans, British firming up plans for multisport event

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American and British Olympic officials are exploring plans for a biennial contest that will alternate between the countries featuring about a half-dozen sports.Read more

'Monster' ex-USA Gymnastics doctor charged with sex assault

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A Michigan sports doctor who treated elite female U.S. gymnasts was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting nine girls, including some too reluctant to speak up about the alleged abuse years ago because he was considered a "god."Read more

Olympian Boudia has new job, expecting a baby and is revealing his timeline for a retirement decision

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David Boudia has a new job and is expecting a new baby, but those aren't the only big changes coming in his future.Read more

TONIGHT AT 5: David Boudia on life after Rio

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An Indiana celebrity athlete hopes to succeed in a new business where name recognition and location are everything.Read more

Rio deep in debt, venues empty after Olympics

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Six months after hosting South America’s first Olympics, Rio organizers still owe creditors about $40-million and Olympic Park looks like a ghost town.Read more