More than 30 woman have come forward over the weekend and are expected to join the 100+ women sharing their stories of sexual abuse by former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State doctor Larry Nassar as part of his criminal sentencing. The testimonies started last Tuesday and have carried over into this week. Nassar pleaded guilty to 10 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with victims as young as six years old.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is set to receive $79,000 after the New England Patriots playoff wins and advancing to Super Bowl LII, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. On Sunday, the Patriots won the AFC Championship title with a 24–20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Gillette Stadium. Garoppolo could earn an additional $112,000 if the Patriots beat the Philadelphia Eagles. If the Patriots lose, Garoppolo would make $56,000 if the Patriots lose.
Several USA Gymnastics executive board members announced their resignation on Monday as the sentencing hearing for former team doctor Larry Nasar continues in Michigan. More than 140 women are expected to deliver victim impact statements before a judge announces her sentence for Nassar, who has pleaded guilty to multiple sexual assault charges. Nassar pleaded guilty to 10 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with victims as young as six years old.
Last night, #TokyoMarathon organizers announced Wilson Kipsang will return to defend his title on Feb. 25. Won last year’s race in 2:03:58.
Elite men’s field includes four other men who have run sub-2:06. https://t.co/63E1tSj0nV
Yesterday, #LondonMarathon organizers announced Kenenisa Bekele joins the elite field for 2018.
Bekele vs. Eliud Kipchoge vs. Mo Farah
I believe the last time they were all in the same race was the 5,000m at 2009 World Championships. Bekele won. Kipchoge was 5th, Farah was 7th https://t.co/qgt10ShRkM
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