Olympic Cycling Coach Have Sacked For “Inappropriate Relationships With Riders”
Kevin Stewart, a British Cycling’s coach of the head men’s sprint team, have sacked ahead of the Tokyo Games with immediate effect for multiple offences and including the primary “inappropriate relationships with riders”.
The Stewart was dismissed after the moment when he was found guilty and bringing the governing body into disrespect and for gross.
Lindaikejisblog reported: “It was gathered that the allegations are centred around him becoming too close to a female rider in the British Cycling team and sending inappropriate messages.”
“Stewart, who was the coach of Britain’s six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny, was tasked with overseeing his quest to become Britain’s most successful Olympian of all time in Tokyo, before his sacking.”
For the sudden departure of Kevin Stewart, an email was sent to the riders and also seen by Sportsmail, in that four reasons was mentioned:
- “Long-term pattern of inappropriate relationships with riders.”
- “Serious act of insubordination by failing to follow specific direction of the performance director in regard to relationships with riders and professional boundaries.”
- “Serious inappropriate use of electronic communication.”
- “Actions bringing British Cycling into disrepute.”