Yamashiro and McNamara told the Register that USA Gymnastics is investigating the accusations after both reported them to the national governing body of the sport.
What does NGB stand for?
NGB stands for National Governing Body
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We have 24 other meanings of NGB in our Acronym Attic
- Next Generation Air Transportation System
- Next Generation Army Target System
- Non-Granulomatous Anterior Uveitis
- National Guard Association of the United States
- Next-Generation Anthrax Vaccine
- National Guard Association of Washington (Lakewood, WA)
- New Guinea Air Warning Wireless (est. 1942)
- Nambu-Goldstone Boson (physics)
- National Gambling Board (South Africa)
- National Garden Bureau
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sri Lanka Cricket, the sport's national governing body, said it was unaware of any failed dope test.
The FA's position, agreed after consultation between the chairman, Lord Triesman, and the chief executive, Brian Barwick, is a further blow to the Premier League's plans, which require the support of the national governing body to have any chance of coming to fruition.
The USPC, based at Colorado Springs USOC Headquarters, brings together the seven Disability Sports Organizations under one National Governing Body.
Arthur Ashe was an outstanding tennis player, but we are naming our new stadium in his honor because he was the finest human being the sport of tennis has ever known," says Harry Marmion, president of the USTA, the national governing body for tennis in America.
About the USTA The USTA is the national governing body for the sport of tennis in the U.
Former USA Swimming president Jim Wood will serve as the national team leader on an interim basis, with the national governing body.
The FA's support will be crucial to the Premier League's chances of turning its ideas into reality, a position that gives the national governing body rare leverage over its colleagues at Gloucester Place.