The U.S. Olympic Committee has hired an attorney to oversee itsefforts to ensure safe training environments for Olympicathletes.Malia Arrington was hired as director of ethics and safe sportWednesday, a position created at the recommendation of a USOC panelled by board member Nina Kemppel.The panel called for the USOC to take a ”leadership” role instandardizing rules for all the Olympic-sport orgnizations as theytry to eliminate sexual and physical misconduct in their coachingranks.In the past year, USA Swimming has been hit by a number ofsex-abuse allegations by coaches.Arrington also will manage the USOC’s internal ethicsprogram.
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