Freestyle snowboarding: Korean moguls skiers banned for sexual harassment

SEOUL (Reuters) – Two male South Korean moguls skiers who competed on the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics have been banned for all times after feminine crew mates complained of being sexually harassed at an occasion in Japan, the Korea Ski Affiliation (KSA) has stated.

Freestyle Snowboarding – Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics – Moguls Coaching – Phoenix Snow Park – Pyeongchang, South Korea – February 7, 2018 – Choi Jae-woo of South Korea trains. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A KSA official stated on Thursday that Choi Jae-woo and Kim Ji-hyun had been banned on March 12 after they “assaulted and sexually harassed fellow feminine athletes throughout a World Cup occasion in Japan”.

The complainants had requested police to research the incident, the official added.

Choi superior to the boys’s moguls closing in Pyeongchang final month however didn’t end his second run. Kim was eradicated in qualifying.

Reporting by Choi Haejin, Writing by Peter Rutherford; Enhancing by John O’Brien

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