More than 90 current and retired Canadian bobsled and skeleton athletes are repeating calls to federal sport minister Pascale St-Onge to help clean up what they say is a toxic climate in their sport.
The BCS Athlete for Change group originally wrote a public letter in March calling for the resignations of Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton (BCS) president Sarah Storey and high performance director Chris Le Bihan.
The athletes say systemic issues have plagued BCS for the eight years since Storey was elected, and that they have gone unacknowledged by the organization.
The letter cited issues with culture, safety, transparency and governance, claiming staff makes arbitrary
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