Canadian swimmer says she was drugged on final night of championships – National

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.

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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”.

“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.”

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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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