Ethics body aims to create safe space for athletes

Ethics body aims to create safe space for athletes

All gymnasts are entitled to train without fear of physical or psychological abuse, the Gymnastics Ethics Foundation’s (GEF) director Alex McLin reiterated to The Straits Times in a recent interview.

The GEF is an independent body set up by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) last year in the wake of the USA Gymnastics scandal, which saw its former team doctor Larry Nassar jailed after pleading guilty to sexually abusing athletes under his care.

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