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Reviewing the Reasons USA Swimming Chief Chuck Wielgus Should Be Fired During Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Probe of Amateur Sports Sex Abuse (Part 2, the Everett Uchiyama Cover-Up)

Published April 5th, 2017, Uncategorized

PREVIOUSLY: Call For Dismissal of USA Swimming Chief Chuck Wielgus Now Accompanies Heat on USA Gymnastics Published April 2nd, 2017   Reviewing the Reasons USA Swimming Chief Chuck Wielgus Should Be Fired During Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Probe of Amateur Sports Sex Abuse (Part 1, the Will Colebank Cover-Up) Published April 4th, 2017     by Irvin Muchnick […]

Reviewing the Reasons USA Swimming Chief Chuck Wielgus Should Be Fired During Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Probe of Amateur Sports Sex Abuse (Part 1, the Will Colebank Cover-Up)

Published April 4th, 2017, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   We’ve told you about the open letter — first reported by USA Today — in which women’s sports advocate Nancy Hogshead-Makar, along with fellow anti-abuse lawyer activists B. Robert Allard and Jonathan Little, call for Chuck Wielgus of USA Swimming to be fired. Here we begin a rundown of some of […]

San Francisco Chronicle Reporters May Also Have Received UC Berkeley Public Records Act Materials That Were Withheld For Nearly a Year from Concussion Inc.

Published April 3rd, 2017, Uncategorized

Concussion Inc.’s ebook THE TED AGU PAPERS: A Black Life That Mattered — And the Secret History of a Covered-Up Death in University of California Football is available on Kindle-friendly devices at http://amzn.to/2aA2LDl. One hundred percent of royalties are being donated to sickle cell trait research and education.   by Irvin Muchnick   We have […]

Flashback — Denver Post: ‘Abuse in Youth Sports an Issue For Congress’

Published April 2nd, 2017, Uncategorized

The essay below was originally published May 26, 2015, at http://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_28192331/my-turn-abuse-youth-sports-an-issue-congress.   Guest Commentary: Abuse in youth sports an issue for Congress By Irvin Muchnick   Re: “Reducing the risk of abuse in youth sports,”May 15 guest commentary. The commentary by Chuck Wielgus, USA Swimming’s executive director, is both misleading and a disservice to America’s […]

Call For Dismissal of USA Swimming Chief Chuck Wielgus Now Accompanies Heat on USA Gymnastics

Published April 2nd, 2017, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   In the wake of the forced resignation of USA Gymnastics president Steve Penny in the sexual abuse scandals that are now the focus of Congressional hearings, the spotlight is rightly being turned on Chuck Wielgus, who is scheduled to retire this summer after 20 years as the chief executive of USA […]