October 19, 2021

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Krystsina Tsimanouskaja - Driven to Flee

Krystsina Tsimanouskaja – Driven to Flee

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has now launched an investigation against the two Belarusian coaches allegedly He is said to have forced Kristina Tymanovskaya home during the Olympic Games in Tokyo, after criticizing the Belarusian coaching apparatus on social media.

It’s reports BBC.

According to the BBC, training staff appeared in her room and asked her to pack her luggage and take her to the airport.

The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) will now investigate the coaches who have had their Olympic credentials revoked and removed from the Games.

“The IOC and World Athletics have jointly agreed to continue an investigation and open formal action against the coaches,” the statement said.

It further states that “the AIU will publish the results of the investigation when this is completed.”

International Olympic Committee: Belarusian sprinter Kristina Tymanovskaya was said to have attempted to return home from Tokyo against her will, in a social media post asking for help from the International Olympic Committee. Video: AP, NTB
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Timanovskaya refused to board the plane, fearing for his safety.

With the help of the Japanese police at the airport, Tsimanouskaja was able to reach Poland via detours. There she was finally granted humanitarian asylum in Warsaw.

For its part, the Belarusian Olympic Committee claimed that she would be sent to her country because of her emotional and psychological state. Sky News.

Now the athlete lives surrounded Six bodyguards around the clock in Poland. Completely without money.

You will compete for Poland

Tsimanoskaga previously said that she considers herself a patriot, and that she does not want to give up her Belarusian passport. In the future, you want to continue competing for Poland internationally.

However, changing citizenship can take up to three years, but she hopes to speed up the process.