Swimmer is disqualified because her swimsuit taught "too much"


An American teenager was disqualified during a collegiate competition because a referee thought she was "teaching too much."

Breckynn Willis, 17, participated in a college competition where he won one of the four races at his school. However, the organizers canceled their victory by citing a violation linked to their swimsuit.

It turns out that a referee thought that Breckynn, born in Anchorage, Alaska was teaching with his swimsuit, which was distributed to his swimming team, but due to his anatomy, he looked different from the rest of the girls.

According to an arbitrator, the decision was justified because the young woman's mesh was not covered enough by her bubbles and one buttock could be seen touching the other.

Fortunately, the high school girls' coach, Lauren Langford, publicly challenged the judge's decision, accusing him of attacking the girl, due to her ethnicity and morphology.

“The schoolgirl wore exactly the same mesh as her teammates, while she was the only one who had been sanctioned for her uniform.” Lauren Langford

The school authorities of the Anchorage district finally decided not to disqualify the young swimmer, they considered that the sanction was heavy and somewhat useless. So Breckynn Willis went home with his prize.

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