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Growing attention to sexual abuse scandals at USA Swimming in the wake of the Larry Nassar / USA Gymnastics story was the subject of my interview this morning with Marc Daniels on “The Beat of Sports” on 96.9 The Game in Orlando. The audio is below.

This follows publication by the Orange County Register of an article headlined “100s of USA swimmers were sexually abused for decades and the people in charge knew and ignored it, investigation finds.” The piece by Scott Reid is obviously valuable; the social media hype of it as an “exclusive” is laughable, given that almost everything there has been reported at this site, in spades, for the last six years. Go read the Register‘s work at https://www.ocregister.com/2018/02/16/investigation-usa-swimming-ignored-sexual-abuse-for-decades/.

And continue to follow the rollout of our pocket guide for Congressional investigators:

Part 1, 2012: https://concussioninc.net/?p=12547

Part 2, 2013: https://concussioninc.net/?p=12551

Part 3, 2014: https://concussioninc.net/?p=12556

Now here’s my shot on Orlando radio — in the same market where George Gibney, the most notorious at-large sex criminal in global sports history, is believed to be still residing:

 

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