Masters Seek Public response To Catalogue Of Complaints Against British Swimming

Spotlight on swimming - by Patrick B. Kraemer

British Masters swimmers have demanded a public response to their complaints about how they and the realm of swimmers aged 25 and over have been handled by British Swimming.  International representation, gender equality and alleged attempts to “bully” masters into submission are at the heart of complaints against British Swimming. SwimVortex understands that the complaints are now being scrutinised by authorities to which British Swimming is answerable and from which it the federation is also funded. Here are the latest exchanges between masters and their federation in Britain

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British Masters swimmers have demanded a public response to their complaints about how they and the realm of swimmers aged 25 and over have been handled by British Swimming.  International representation, gender equality and alleged attempts to “bully” masters into submission are at the heart of complaints against British Swimming. SwimVortex understands that the complaints are now being scrutinised by authorities to which British Swimming is answerable and from which it the federation is also funded. Here are the latest exchanges between masters and their federation in Britain

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