Canadian swimmer Mary-Sophie Harvey said on Instagram on Wednesday that she was drugged on the final night of the World Championships and suffered a sprained rib and concussion.
The Tokyo Olympian said she woke up “completely lost” with her team manager and doctor by her side, with no memory of a four to six hour window during the incident.
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The 22-year-old discovered “dozens of bruises” on her body after driving home the next day and said she was forced to share her experience as “unfortunately, these situations happen too often”.
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“I still dread thinking about the unknowns of that night,” she wrote on her social media post. “In a way, I’m still ashamed of what happened, and I think I always will be … But I won’t let that event define me.”
The 2019 Pan-American silver medalist claimed bronze in Budapest as part of the Canadian 4×200m relay at the World Aquatics Championships, which ended June 25.
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