Posts Tagged ‘Sexual Misconduct’
Congress should put its own questions to USA Swimming.
Former James Madison high school coach Noah Rucker agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors in Fairfax County Circuit Court on Tuesday.
Renowned ex-swim coach Rick Curl pleaded guilty Thursday to sexually abusing a minor decades ago.
Michael Pliuskatis is the region’s third swim coach to be banned recently by USA Swimming for sexual misconduct.
Ex-swim coach Rick Curl agrees to plead guilty to child sex abuse. Curl was charged in October after allegations of a sexual relationship with a young swimmer in the ‘80s.
Former area swim coach charged with long-ago abuse of 13-year-old swimmer.
Ex-coach Noah Rucker indicted in Fairfax County Circuit Court.
Rick Curl banned for life by USA Swimming.
Less than an hour after issuing a lifetime ban to former Curl-Burke head coach Rick Curl, USA Swi cialis cheapest price mming has released their timeline of events regarding the investigation into the allegations of sexual abuse in the 1980s from Curl’s former swimmer Kelly Davies Currin. According to the timeline, Curl informed USA Swimming [...]
Prominent local swim coach Rick Curl banned for life over improper relationship [updated 09/19 at 15:05]Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
Rick Curl, founder of the club formerly known as Curl-Burke, receives lifetime ban from USA Swimming.
USA Swimming issues statement regarding a lawsuit against former national team coach Mark Schubert.
Curl Burke Swim Club announces name change, new ownership and new logo.
USA Swimming reports on the two-year progress of its athlete protection program.
Prominent D.C. area swim coach Rick Curl voluntarily accepts a provisional suspension from USA Swimming.
Coach accused of sexual relationship with a teen swimmer faces possible lifetime ban.
USA Swimming has initiated a disciplinary proceeding against prominent local swimming coach for allegedly engaging in a sexual relationship with a teen swimmer and then paying her and her parents to keep quiet about it.
Potomac Valley Swimming and other organizations make a large-scale effort to tighten and improve sexual misconduct policies in the wake of recent public challenges to USA Swimming’s handling of the problem in the past.