United States Olympic Committee: Sorry To Those Who Suffered Sex Abuse On Our Watch

News Round-Up: The U.S. Olympic Committee has apologised to sex abuse victims for shortcomings in child protection policies and cultural problems it has acknowledged have contributed to a series of abuse scandals in Olympic sports organisations, inclduing USA Swimming; Joe Schooling to go home in May in support of a fighter’s bid to keep world title; Aussie camp for Tokyo 2020 a done deal; and… faster than Thorpe at 11

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News Round-Up: The U.S. Olympic Committee has apologised to sex abuse victims for shortcomings in child protection policies and cultural problems it has acknowledged have contributed to a series of abuse scandals in Olympic sports organisations, inclduing USA Swimming; Joe Schooling to go home in May in support of a fighter’s bid to keep world title; Aussie camp for Tokyo 2020 a done deal; and… faster than Thorpe at 11

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