A regulation agency found no evidence that members of the World Anti-Doping Agency bullied athletes’ consultant Beckie Scott, though it concluded that one member’s feedback to her “might be seen as aggressive, harsh or disrespectful.”
WADA released a fifty eight-page report Wednesday night time that was carried out to find out whether Scott, the Canadian Olympic champion, was bullied at a contentious meeting final September when officers lifted the suspension of Russia’s anti-doping company over her protest.
She stated she was topic to laughter and bullying throughout two elements of the meeting and singled out WADA and IOC members Francesco Ricci Bitti and Patrick Baumann because the aggressors.
The investigators interviewed 29 witnesses, together with some who observed Scott was close to tears during exchanges with Ricci Bitti.
Scott didn’t take part within the investigation as a result of, partially, the regulation agency that carried out it had completed previous work for WADA.