Less than a week after filing for Chapter 11 protection, USA Gymnastics is facing renewed scrutiny after a report released by Ropes & Gray on Monday found that the organization failed to protect athletes from sexual abuse.

The 233-page report follows a 10-month independent investigation by the law firm to determine what USA Gymnastics (USAG) and U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) officials knew about the sexual abuse of hundreds of elite and Olympic gymnasts by former national team doctor and convicted molester Dr. Larry Nassar.

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