"It's so hard to put into words how everything feels", Raisman said.
Aquilina was hailed for her work during the trial as more than 150 women came forward to make victim impact statements about Nassar's assaults. According to a report by The Detroit News, she learned about allegations against Nassar as early as 2014.
The Daily Show's Trevor Noah addressed Larry Nassar's sentencing hearing and the scandal surrounding the former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State doctor in an extra segment published online on Friday.
"We're not done yet".
"We all wonder why the national gymnastics people aren't being dragged in, the Olympics aren't being dragged in, why some of the parents remained quiet", Secchia said.
On Thursday, the US Olympic Committee (USOC) handed a list of requirements to US Gymnastics in the wake of the abuse scandal, which included making wholesale changes.
"Now that the criminal proceedings are over, it is time for us to find out who is responsible at Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics for enabling and failing to stop this criminal, who so clearly abused the patients placed in his care", Peters said.
They didn't know that she was abused by Nassar. According to media reports, USA Gymnastics got word of Nassar's misconduct as early as 2015, but didn't bring the information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation until weeks later, after at least three athletes had come forward.
"Inside the facility, coaches are never allowed to be alone with a child in the bathrooms".
Also Friday, USA Gymnastics confirmed that its entire board of directors would resign as requested by the U.S. Olympic Committee.
"You do not deserve to walk outside of a prison ever again". It "embraces" the requirements in the letter.
"The way that they spoke, the way that they delivered their speeches".
"I joined the board just nine months ago, well after Nassar's departure from USAG, in the hopes of helping to move the organization in a positive direction", Martinez said in an emailed statement.