Ignorance Of The ‘Abnormal’ World Of Elite Sport Underpins Too Many Bullying Claims

Spotlight on swimming - by Patrick B. Kraemer

The debate in Britain flowing from allegations of bullying by coaches and in the realms of those governing sport has reached far and wide and has made for many a media headline of late. A good moment, then, to consider the the word on the subject from a man cleared of bullying allegations by an independent inquiry in Britain: a comment from Bill Sweetenham for SwimVortex:

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The debate in Britain flowing from allegations of bullying by coaches and in the realms of those governing sport has reached far and wide and has made for many a media headline of late. A good moment, then, to consider the the word on the subject from a man cleared of bullying allegations by an independent inquiry in Britain: a comment from Bill Sweetenham for SwimVortex:

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