Gwangju’s Forged Signatures; Park Doping; Now Korean Official & 2 Coaches Indicted

The plan of the Gwanju Pool that helped win the Korean swim federation the right to host the 2019 FINA World Championships on the back of forged signatures

Prosecutors indicted a Korea Swimming Federation official and two coaches arrested on suspicions of embezzling regional government funds, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reports today; scandal follows forged signatures that secured Korea the 2019 FINA showcase event for Gwangju – and Park tae-hwan’s positive doping test

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Prosecutors indicted a Korea Swimming Federation official and two coaches arrested on suspicions of embezzling regional government funds, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reports today; scandal follows forged signatures that secured Korea the 2019 FINA showcase event for Gwangju – and Park tae-hwan’s positive doping test

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beachmouse

The NCAA has a lovely and succinct phrase for these kinds of scenarios when the people who should know better are part of the problem- “lack of institutional control”.

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