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Nastia Liukin Confirms Support for Nassar's Victims; announces WOGA as an interim training location

2008 Olympic Champion, Nastia Liukin confirms her support for Nassar's victims.apologized for her apparent lack of concern and support for her teammates.

She explained in a post on her personal website, she explained when asked about it for the first time on national television, the query caught her off guard.

To further show her support, Nastia stated that all the proceeds from the Nastia Liukin Cup in March will be donated to an organization dedicated to supporting sexual abuse victims.

Nastia also confirmed that in the wake of USA Gymnastics shutting down of the Karolyi ranch, her father and current women's team coordinator, Valeri Liukin has donated one of the WOGA locations as an interim training center for the Women's National team until a permanent location is found.


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