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William Strampel, former dean of Michigan State’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, is the first person charged in the broad investigation into how the university handled complaints against longtime sports doctor Larry Nassar. (Published Tuesday, March 27, 2018) The French Open angered some in May when it declined to seed three-time winner Williams following a 14-month break from tennis in which she gave birth to a daughter. Last week, the women’s tennis tour announced that starting in 2019, players coming off maternity leave or major injury may use a special ranking for up to three years upon their return. “Serena is mainly responsible for bringing that issue to the forefront: Should you be treated the same for pregnancy as you are if you miss time with an injury?” tennis Hall of Famer Chris Evert said. The new rule “obviously was an advancement in the women’s game.” The push by female athletes to transform their sports wasn’t limited to the U.S. Michigan Attorney General Announces Investigation Into Michigan State University
Michigan Attorney General is the third independent investigator into the Michigan State administration’s role in former sports doctor Larry Nassar’s routine sexual abuse of Michigan State gymnasts. (Published Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018) The South Korean women’s curling team that won a surprise silver at the 2018 Olympics came forward in November to complain of verbal and psychological abuse by their handlers, a pattern that included withholding prize money and threatening to bench the captain after learning she wanted to start a family. The handlers admitted to some of the allegations but denied others while resigning under pressure this month. And members of Argentina’s women’s soccer team used social media to express mounting frustration over unequal treatment, including being barred from the training complex traditionally reserved for the men and receiving minimal financial support. Argentine soccer officials relented, allowing the women to work out at the same facility as the men. “Teams are standing up and saying — and it’s South America, it’s Africa, it’s Europe — `This isn’t good enough, this isn’t right,”‘ said two-time Women’s World Cup champion-turned-TV analyst Julie Foudy. Larry Nassar Timeline
More than 150 women and girls testified in court that disgraced doctor Larry Nassar sexually abused them. (Published Monday, Feb. 5, 2018) As for the effect on the world outside sports, Denhollander, who is now a lawyer, said prosecutors have told her about a spike in the number of abuse victims from other walks of life coming forward since Nassar’s sentencing. Still, she cautioned that the Nassar case was just one battle in a continuing fight. “The cultural impact is huge,” Denhollander said. “The personal impact, feeling like they can finally tell someone, that’s huge. On the flip side, there’s a danger of feeling like we’ve accomplished more than we really have.” AP Sports Writers Howard Fendrich, Teresa Walker, Anne Peterson, Larry Lage and Eddie Pells and Associated Press writer Kelli Kennedy contributed to this report. Copyright Associated Press