The investigation into the culture of gymnastics in Australia is two decades overdue.
- by Alison Quigley
Former gymnasts Livia Giles and Mary-Anne Monckton have spoken up about the Australian Human Rights Commission’s damning report of abuse in the sport.
- by Greg Baum and Anthony Colangelo
Close to 60 West Australian gymnasts have come forward to tell how they still struggle with mental health issues, eating disorders and stress after suffering abuse as child athletes.
- by Daile Cross
Gymnast Alliance Australia welcomed the release on Monday of an Australian Human Rights Commission investigation into the sport.
- by Daile Cross
Some gymnasts tell of sexual abuse. Others tell of rampant body shaming. Then there was the physical abuse. These are just some of the things detailed to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s investigation into gymnastics in Australia.
- by Greg Baum
The women have made submissions to the Australian Human Rights Commisioner’s review of gymnastics culture in Australia alleging they were forced to compete with broken bones, barely ate and frequently suffered emotional abuse.
- by Heather McNeill
Most people, especially those of us hunched over keyboards all day, could do with mastering the playful handstand we remember from childhood.
- by Sam Downing
John Geddert was accused of lying to investigators when he denied hearing complaints about Larry Nassar, currently serving decades in prison for sexually assaulting female athletes.
- by Ed White and Anna Liz Nichols
From years of sizing up vaulting horses in gyms around the world, the whole thing looked off to Allana Slater at the 2000 Olympics. And she was dead right.
- by Sarah Keoghan
Gymnastics' abuse claims spring from the sport's complicated relationship with its past.
- by Blythe Lawrence