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She was an elite gymnast. He was the team doctor. Her testimony, which was at times delivered through tears, left me feeling a familiar sense of dread. As a former elite gymnast and the national champion, I understand all too well the dynamics that have been brought to light by the recent onslaught of public allegations of sexual misconduct committed against young athletes. It is a sport in which screaming insults at children is considered an accepted motivational technique, in which competing with severe injuries is the norm, in which discouraging athletes from eating is common practice and in which abuse, broadly defined, is standard.

An Early Survivor of Larry Nassar’s Abuse Speaks Out For the First Time

Early Survivor of Larry Nassar Speaks Out For the First Time | Time

She watched a man transform from doctor to predator, starting decades ago when he gained access to a gym full of little girls. She was one of those girls. She may have been his very first target. She first met Larry Nassar—the most prolific known sex criminal in American sports history—at a gym in Michigan in late She was a young gymnast in a vulnerable state, she says, having been emotionally trampled by her hard-driving coach, John Geddert, a man who made her feel worthless.

How Aly Raisman’s Leadership Reformed Women’s Gymnastics—and Heralded Larry Nassar’s Downfall

Photograph by Dale G. Nassar, who pleaded guilty to several counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, and on Wednesday was given a sentence of forty to a hundred and seventy-five years in prison, had also received, in December, a separate sixty-year federal term for child-pornography crimes which he has appealed. The certainty of his sentencing for that charge, which was already likely to insure his lifetime imprisonment, allowed media attention to focus on the brave and devastating accounts of his survivors. In a year dominated by righteous and long-overdue expressions of female anger, the collective condemnation of not just Nassar but his many alleged enablers, among them officials at USA Gymnastics and the United States Olympic Committee, has assumed special significance as a lasting demand for accountability.
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