US Senate panel asks FBI to probe former US Olympic Committee chief over Larry Nassar sexual abuse case
The move comes after a damning report said the USOC failed to react swiftly when first warned of allegations surrounding gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar in 2015.
Scott Blackmun steps down as USOC CEO for health reasons in wake of Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal
Embattled United States Olympic Committee chief executive Scott Blackmun has stepped down following calls for his resignation in the wake of the USA gymnastics abuse scandal, it was confirmed on Wednesday.
Winter Olympics 2018: Legendary American snowboarder Shaun White grabs halfpipe gold as USA continue dominance
White scored a brilliant 97.75 points to snatch the title from Japan's Ayumu Hirano, who was leading on 95.25, with Australia's Scotty James third on 92.00.
US Olympic Committee back CEO Scott Blackmun despite calls for his resignation after Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal
Two US Senators have called for Blackmun to resign in the wake of a report saying Blackmun was contacted by USA Gymnastics officials about Nassar in July 2015, more than a year before the abuse allegations became public.
Raisman, who won Olympic team gold in 2012 and 2016 and the 2012 floor exercise crown, noted that the first allegations against Nassar came ahead of the Rio Olympics.
Pyeongchang Winter Olympics 2018: Austria, Germany join France in raising security concerns ahead of event
Karl Stoss, head of Austria's national Olympic committee, said that "if the situation worsens and the security of our athletes is no longer guaranteed, we will not go to South Korea."