The Olympic medalist Nile Wilson has condemned what he called a “culture of abuse” in British gymnastics. He said athletes are being treated “like pieces of meat”.
The 24-year-old, who won bronze at Rio 2016, is the highest profile male gymnast to speak out after a series of recent allegations of mistreatment in the sport.
Fiona Bruce presents a BBC News at Ten exclusive report by sports editor Dan Roan.
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