The gymnastic association’s NGO chose to lift the ban on teachers Vincent Weavers and Nico Zipp, despite being sought in connection with the allegation, according to Trove. They misbehaved and abused gymnasts in his preparation.
Weavers were restricted from reaching out to individuals and alumni from KNGU, except for top gymnasts. Zipp was restricted from preparing new athletes.
According to Troy, the KNGU discussed adjustments in the measures taken against the two men and said it was following the organization’s directive for the Sports Legal Executive ISR, which seeks out reports against their doings.
ISR investigators are examining various reports of abuse of KNGU and Centrum Village Sport. The exam is still going on, ISR’s Hank Eller did not disclose to Troy why action had been taken against the two men.
“I can’t remark on the arraignment’s thought. There is consistently an adjusting of interests during the cycle, where it is imperative to understand what disciplinary measures are proposed to keep the case from raising and to guarantee that the examination isn’t troubled,” Aller said to the paper.