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‘He dropped me on purpose:’ German gymnasts open up on abuse

By AFP
19 December 2020   |   11:00 am
Two former national team gymnasts have opened up to DW to share their experiences of bullying and mistreatment in the sport. They say the problems in Germany are wider than previously reported.

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