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Three of the women spoke with 60 Minutes, describing what they say was an emotionally abusive environment at the national team training camps at the Texas ranch run by coaches Bela and Martha Karolyi. Nassar an opportunity to take advantage of them and made them afraid to speak up about physical or emotional pain. She is a 2000 Olympic bronze medalist and was recently inducted into UCLA’s athletic hall of fame. You don’t complain about treatment.”Jessica Howard, the U. National Champion in rhythmic gymnastics from 1999 to 2001, knows the downside of complaining within USA Gymnastics.“You can’t say anything,” she says in the clip above. You need to be strong, silent, and let everything go on outside of you that’s going on outside of you.”Howard received medical treatment from Dr. She says she was uncomfortable with the treatment, but did not feel she could question the actions of such a famous doctor who she felt she was lucky to be working with. “So you just comply with what you’re told to do.”The Olympic coordinators and coaches have significant discretion in picking members of the Olympic team, Antolin and others told 60 Minutes.

But as a teenager striving toward excellence, she says she was constantly told she wasn’t “enough” when training at the Karolyi Ranch.“I always felt like I got in trouble,” she tells Dr. “If you do, there’s a chance you’re going to get in trouble, and the last thing you want to do is bring more trouble onto yourself on purpose. And so all the gymnasts at the Karolyi ranch knew there were consequences to speaking out about a problem.“It hurts your chances,” she says.

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Today three are speaking out for the first time publicly, describing the abuse they say was inflicted by team doctor Lawrence Nassar. Jon La Pook reports this week on 60 Minutes, more than 60 women have now come forward alleging abuse. At one point, I started making myself throw up.”Her ally in moments of emotional distress was often the man assigned to relieve her physical pain, Dr. He was usually on hand at the Karolyi ranch when the national team was training there, roughly once a month, and also present at national team competitions. “He was someone that we would talk to when we were getting treatment, if we had a hard day. As she tells La Pook on the broadcast, “It was treatment. Antolin says the risk of complaining went beyond getting in trouble — it meant possibly losing a spot on the Olympics team.“No one wants to step out of line because there’s a group of people that make decisions that dictate whether you’re successful or not,” she says in the clip above.

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