Former Clermont rejected some derogatory tweets against the Canadian selection
When Canada’s 7s Olympic women’s team battled it out on the five-loop stage (only ninth at the end of the competition), Team 7s sparked controversy in the ‘Maple Leaf’ country after some tweets (later deleted) by former versatile guerrilla forward Jamie Goodmore, the captain.
Very strong social journeys, in a negative sense (“Karma is an Assamese”; among others), towards a difficult team – and under Goodmore’s boss – which immediately led to the removal of the former International Second / Third Line. From his character ‘National Development Project Manager‘Canadian Federation.
In fact, the long post of apologies and explanations from the 42-year-old from Winnipeg was not enough for rehab. “We take this very seriously and have decided that immediate action must be taken,” Alan Vanson, CEO of Rugby Canada, said in a statement, explaining how Goodmore was fired from his role in the exam’s training staff at XV. Of the North American Union.
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But what lies behind those posts? Last April, an independent judicial panel within the union revealed to the federation that 37 athletes (current or former) of the Canadian Women’s Examination had received a request for an internal investigation into their harassment and harassment. The coach, and by conducting an internal investigation, established that what the girls said did not fall within the definition of bullying / harassment under the Canadian Union.
Coach John Tide – Goodmore’s longtime friend – later resigned, arguing that he had done nothing wrong and reiterating that the federation, at the players’ persuasion, had revised its policy on harassment talk / bullying.
A situation that was not metabolized by Goodmore, with the aforementioned series of offensive tweets, made women wave bad Olympic results, attacking them harshly, unacceptably, and in a surreal way. At Canada’s own expense, and therefore expelled from the Federation.
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