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Canadian Swimmer Says She Was Drugged At World Championships

Swimmer Mary-Sophie Harvey has claimed that she was drugged on the last night of the World Championships in Budapest. The Olympic swimmer says that there’s a “four-to six-hour window” that she can’t remember. She woke up with a sprained rib, concussion and “dozens of bruises” all over her body. The 22-year-old wrote on Instagram that she’s “never felt more ashamed” about the incident but isn't going to let it “define” her. FINA has launched an investigation into the incident and is in contact with the event’s local organizing committee. Harvey went to the hospital and was treated by doctors and psychologists who tested and treated her “the best way they could”. The athlete won a bronze medal at the world swimming championships in Budapest for her part in the Canadian 4x200m relay team.
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