Galimore resigns as COO of USA Gymnastics
Ron Galimore, who served as chief operating officer of USA Gymnastics for the last seven years, has submitted his resignation.
Stone gold: Biles wraps up worlds with four wins
Simone Biles won the floor exercise at the world gymnastics championships Saturday and added a bronze on balance beam to wrap up a remarkable meet in which she competed while battling a kidney stone.
Biles dominates worlds despite kidney stone
A bout with a kidney stone did little to slow down Simone Biles, as the reigning Olympic champion easily posted the top all-around score of 60.965 during the early portions of qualifying at the 2018 world championships on Saturday.
Michigan St.: Half of Nassar payments fraudulent
Michigan State's interim president says about half of $1.1 million distributed for counseling for survivors of former sports doctor Larry Nassar has gone to people trying to defraud the school.
Bono named interim CEO of USA Gymnastics
Mary Bono, who spent 15 years as a U.S. Representative from Southern California from 1998 to 2013, has been named interim president and chief executive officer of USA Gymnastics.
USA Gymnastics parts ways with new hire Tracy
USA Gymnastics says Mary Lee Tracy contacted a survivor of sexual abuse -- "also a represented plaintiff" -- to discuss criticism of Tracy's hiring to lead the women's elite development program.
USA Gymnastics' hire upsets Nassar survivors
Mary Lee Tracy says she will consider resigning her new post as the elite development coordinator for USA Gymnastics if "cyberbullying" continues.
Simone Biles' comeback takes on an important meaning
In the wake of the Nassar scandal, the Rio Olympics champion is not only dominating in her return. She's also helping redefine her sport.
Feds in search of new prison to hold Nassar
Larry Nassar has been listed as an inmate at Oklahoma City's Federal Transfer Center, a facility that is typically used as a stopover for inmates who are being placed in a new location.
U.S. gymnasts deserve better than Perry's effort
In her first eight months on the job and in the wake of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal, the USA Gymnastics president and CEO has vastly underwhelmed.
Hurd a distant second behind Biles at nationals
While Simone Biles proved she is the most talented gymnast in the world, Morgan Hurd also showed off her incredible talents at the first night of nationals.
Gymnasts focus on competition, not fallout
As USA Gymnastics handles the fallout from Larry Nassar, the gymnasts are doing their best to focus on the USA Gymnastics Championships with worlds coming up soon.
Shushunova, 1988 all-around gold winner, dies
Elena Shushunova, a Soviet gymnast who won the women's all-around gold medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympics, has died. She was 49.
Justice rules Nassar judge will remain on the trial
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who sentenced Larry Nassar, will remain on the case despite attempts by Nassar's appellate lawyers to have her removed.
McClenaghan beats Whitlock to gymnastics gold
Rhys McClenaghan upset the reigning Olympic and world champion Max Whitlock for the second time in a year to win pommel horse gold at the European Championships.
A.G. defends conduct of Nassar sentencing judge
The Michigan attorney general's office is defending the conduct of Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who described Larry Nassar as a "monster" during his sentencing.
USA Gymnastics CEO to apologize to victims
The new CEO of USA Gymnastics will "apologize to all who were harmed by the horrific acts of Larry Nassar" when she addresses a House subcommittee.
USA Gymnastics VP out amid Nassar fallout
USA Gymnastics has parted ways with senior vice president Rhonda Faehn, who has come under fire recently from survivors of former national team doctor Larry Nassar's abuse.
Abuse survivors win ESPY Ashe Courage award
The women who spoke out against former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State team doctor Larry Nassar will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.
U.S. leaders called by House subcommittee
Among the people set to speak to the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations on May 23 about sexual abuse cases are USOC acting CEO Susanne Lyons and USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry.
Karolyis: 'No way' knew of abuses by Nassar
Gymnastics coaches Marta and Bela Karolyi said there was "no way" they suspected Larry Nassar was sexually abusing women and young girls.
Michigan permanently revokes Nassar's license
Michigan has permanently revoked the medical license of disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar -- a formality that would keep the former Michigan State and USA Gymnastics doctor from practicing if he ever got out of prison.
Citing health issues, Blackmun to leave USOC
Scott Blackmun is resigning as CEO of the U.S. Olympic Committee, citing health problems as the reason he'll depart after leading the federation for more than eight years.
Gymnasts: Culture of abuse at Karolyi Ranch
Former U.S. gymnasts and coaches told The Associated Press about a culture rife with verbal and emotional abuse in which girls were forced to train on broken bones and other injuries.
British Gymnastics fires men's coach Van Hoof
British Gymnastics has fired men's coach Eddie Van Hoof after investigating misconduct and saying the situation is "untenable."