DALLAS - Responding to a sexual abuse scandal that rocked one of the country's most prominent Olympic sports, USA Swimming expanded background checks, approved new athlete protection measures and made it mandatory for members to report any credible allegations.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - A California woman sued the governing body of U.S.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - The governing body of U.S.
A former USA Swimming vice president who complained about the organization's handling of sexual abuse cases was reinstated to the list of potential referees at major international events by an arbitrator.
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