Athletic coach Rana Reeder is investigated for misconduct

Athletic coach Rana Reeder is investigated for misconduct
US technician said he was not aware of the investigation (Reprodução/@ranareider/Instagram)

Athletic coach Rana Reeder, who has worked with several top athletes, is being investigated by the US Center for SafeSport following allegations of sexual misconduct by several athletes. The news was published exclusively by the British newspaper Guardian.

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51-year-old Rana Reeder has coached several Olympic athletes and world champions. Some examples are Canada’s Andre de Grasse, 200m gold medalist at Tokyo 2020, and American Christian Taylor, world champion in the triple jump. Reader runs an exclusive training center located in the state of Florida, United States.

The American Center for Safe Sport, which investigates Rana Reeder, is a powerful, independent body tasked with investigating complaints and complaints of abuse and abuse at the Olympic Games.

The end of the union with the athletes

According to The Guardian, the allegations gave some guidance to British athletes Adam Jamiely and Daryl Nieta by UK Athletics (UKA), which coordinates athletics in the United Kingdom. According to UKA, Jamie and Nita will have to finalize their professional liaison with the coach. Otherwise, both his membership in the UK Government’s World Class Program and the lottery fund would have been suspended. Other athletes considering moving to the United States to train with the rider have also been warned about these conditions.

Reader denies guilt

The British newspaper contacted the technician, who claimed he was not aware of the investigation. “You can contact my lawyer, as this is new to me,” said the American. Ryder’s representative Ryan Stevens said the allegations lacked evidence. “The timing and dubious motives attached to these unproven attacks on Rana’s reputation should be thoroughly investigated and investigated, and they have not been investigated,” the lawyer defended.

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Mineira from Belo Horizonte earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at UFMG and became fascinated by football inside and outside the four lines. Contains games for BHAZ. He participated in a report provided by CDL/BH in 2021 and in an article by Red de Radios Universitaria do Brasil in 2020.

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