GYMNASTICS

Two-time Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman has sued the U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Gymnastics over her alleged sexual abuse by former Team USA gymnastics physician Larry Nassar, her lawyers announced Friday morning.

Nassar, the convicted child molester accused by more than 260 girls and women of sexual abuse, assaulted Raisman several times between 2010 and 2015, according to the lawsuit, including during the 2012 Summer Games in London, where Raisman won two gold medals and a bronze as a member of the team known as the “Fierce Five.” Raisman’s former teammates Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas and McKayla Maroney have also claimed abuse by Nassar, and Maroney has also sued the USOC and USA Gymnastics.

“It has become painfully clear that these organizations have no intention of properly addressing this problem,” Raisman said in a statement. “Without a solid understanding of how this happened, it is delusional to think sufficient changes can be implemented. Meanwhile, thousands of young athletes continue to train and compete every day in this same broken system.”

BASKETBALL

G LEAGUE: James Blackmon Jr. had 23 points to lead five players in double figures as the Wisconsin Herd (19-22) held off a late charge and defeated the Maine Red Claws 106-103 at Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

The Red Claws (17-24), who trailed 48-38 at halftime, cut the lead to a point with 2.5 seconds to play on a Guerschon Yabuesele 3-pointer, but a pair of free throws by Brandon Jennings put the game away.

Vitto Brown and L.J. Pea each had 20 points to lead Maine.

FOOTBALL

NFL: The Dolphins agreed to acquire Rams edge rusher Robert Quinn for a mid-round draft pick, a person familiar with the deal said. Under NFL rules, no 2018 trades can be completed until March 14.

The Atlanta Falcons released defensive end Derrick Shelby, saving the team $3.25 million against the salary cap.

The Detroit Lions hired Derius Swinton as an offensive assistant coach.

Swinton has eight years of experience in the NFL with the Bears, 49ers, Broncos, Chiefs and St. Louis Rams.

TRACK & FIELD

WORLD INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Juan Miguel Echevarria became the youngest male field event winner when he took the long jump and Katarina Johnson-Thompson claimed her first global title in the pentathlon in Birmingham, England.

There were also gold medals for Murielle Ahoure in an Ivory Coast one-two in the 60 meters, and Hungary’s Anita Marton in the shot put.

The 19-year-old Echevarria leaped a personal-best 8.46 meters to upset world champion and Olympic silver medalist Luvo Manyonga.

TENNIS

INJURY: Rafael Nadal will miss the upcoming Indian Wells and Miami tournaments because of a lingering right hip injury.

AUTO RACING

NASCAR: Ryan Blaney won the pole for the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Blaney earned his third career pole with a lap at 191.489 mph in his Team Penske Ford on a windy night.

Kevin Harvick kept up his outstanding start to the season and secured a front-row Ford lockout with a second-place finish in qualifying.