Report: FBI looking into allegations USA Swimming obstructed sexual abuse claims

USA Swimming is being investigated by federal prosecutors over claims the organization made it harder for athletes to report allegations of sexual abuse USA Swimming is being investigated by federal prosecutors over claims the organization made it harder for athletes to report allegations of sexual abuse, won 33 of the 104 medals available at the 2016 Games in Rio the next most successful team, Australia, won 10.

Murky waters: few to emerge unscathed from Shayna Jack doping case | Richard Parkin

The adverse finding damns all parties including the athlete, Swimming Australia and Asada It could be meat, it could be mushrooms, it could be anything. It could be something in a bottle. This was the explanation offered by Shayna Jacks manager, Phil Stoneman, as to the possible source of inadvertent contamination that Dean Capobiancos steak, or issue a specific warning about it to athletes last year. Swimming Australias handling of the failed drug test has also been found wanting. Adherence to a confidentiality agreement between SA and Asada was the defence offered to explain the governing bodys failure to immediately publicise Jacks adverse test finding a claim even some Australian swimming coaches, might call it hypocritical. Especially from a nation …

Youre a loser, Im a winner: Sun Yang hits out after being snubbed by Scott

Adam Peaty has backed the decision by British bronze medallist Duncan Scott to snub Sun Yang on the podium at the swimming world championships in Gwangju Adam Peaty has backed the decision by the British bronze medallist Duncan Scott to snub Sun Yang on the podium on Tuesday after the controversial Chinese swimmers victory in the 200m freestyle at the world championships in Gwangju. Sun, who is swimming in Gwangju despite the court of arbitration for sport preparing to hear a doping case against him in September, was handed the win when the Lithuanian Danas Rapsys was disqualified for a false start. Scott congratulated the silver medallist Katsuhiro Matsumoto of Japan and the Russian Martin Malyutin, who finished in the …