Karolyis are suing USAG

The Karolyis, whom are being time coaches in the US gymnastics world,  are suing USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic Committee over the allegedly wrongful termination of a contract in which the organization was to purchase portions of the ranch. The couple also blames USAG for not informing them of Larry Nassar’s wrongful actions after the organization knew of his crimes.

The lawsuit read…”During the negotiation of the purchase agreement, USAG never informed the Karolyis of Larry Nassar’s alleged sexual misconduct on the property although they had knowledge of the same from the reports they received in 2015”.

According to court documents, the Karolyis are looking to get compensation for “breaches of contract and duties owed to plaintiffs which have resulted in severe damages to plaintiffs’ reputation, health, and real property,”.

The couple has stuck to their initial statements—that they had no knowledge of Nassar’s abuses that took place on their property prior to his arrest.

Do you guys believe that the Karolyis had no clue about Nassars abuses? Or do you believe that they knew and covered it up like other coaches did?


Team USA nominated for USAG best of April!

USA Gymnastics and DOW, a company aimed at sustainability through science and sport, have teamed up to present a monthly award recognizing the achievements of Team USA.

The award recognizes one male athlete, one female athlete, and one team of the month.

The women’s team, which dominated the 2018 Pacific Rim Championship, is among the nominees for April’s award!

The U.S. women’s team from the 2018 Pacific Rim Championships has been nominated for the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Team of the Month for April.

The U.S. women’s team won its 10th straight Pacific Rim Championship this past weekend in Medellin, Colombia, by a 15-point margin. Grace McCallum and 2017 World all-around champion Morgan Hurd finished first and second, respectively, in the senior all-around competition. In the junior meet, Jordan Bowers, and Kayla DiCello also earned gold and silver in the all-around standings. Rounding out the team was Jordan Chiles who was the gold medalist in the senior vault and floor exercise finals, and junior Sunisa Lee who won silver medals in the vault, balance beam and floor exercise.

I think its great that the women’s team has been nominated and is being recognized for all their hard work. They deserve to be rewarded and I hope that they win. Do you think the team deserves to be rewarded?