Text: CBC news. “Top Canadian bobsleigh, skeleton athletes call for resignations amid toxic culture allegations.” https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/bobsleigh-skeleton-canada-athletes-toxic-culture-letter-1.6375978

Extract: “Some of Canada’s top bobsleigh and skeleton athletes are calling for the resignations of the president of Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton, Sarah Storey, and high performance director Chris Le Bihan.

A group of more than 60 athletes have penned an open letter to the organization, alleging Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton (BCS) is still riddled with toxicity — despite the organization touting a culture shift following the departure of Kaillie Humphries in 2019 amid harassment allegations.”

The allegations in the news article seem to have a lot of weight behind them given the number of athletes that have complained about the situation. The “indisputable evidence” in the prescribed title ih has an interesting link to this specific example as “an arbitrator found that an investigator hired by BCS to look into Humphries’ complaints ‘started from a position where his inclination was to interview no witnesses.'” A lack of “indisputable evidence” in this case may have been a result of a concerted effort not to find any.