Para swimming coach in harassment case on leave until end of investigation

KUALA LUMPUR: The coach linked to the sexual harassment case involving national swimmers has gone on leave until the investigation into the issue of misconduct is completed, said Youth and Sports Minister Hannah Yeoh (pic).

Hannah said as soon as the report was received recently, the safeguarding officer of the National Sports Council (NSC) held a meeting with the athletes involved to protect their rights through the Safe Sports code which was launched on March 15 last year.

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