2012 Olympian Ariana Kukors appeared on CBS This Morning today, going into more detail on her allegations that former coach Sean Hutchison groomed and abused her as a minor.
Former U.S. National Team head coach Mark Schubert says he reported rumors of an inappropriate relationship between coach Sean Hutchison and Olympic athlete Ariana Kukors to the head coach of the FAST swim club in 2010.
Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors came forward this week with allegations that longtime coach Sean Hutchison had sexually abused her, and followed up with a post on her website telling her side of the story Friday morning.
Swim coach Sean Hutchison has categorically denied the allegations that he groomed and sexually abused Olympian Ariana Kukors. Hutchison released a statement through his attorney today.
A Seattle-area swim coach caught on camera molesting a 13-year-old girl has been sentenced to six days in jail under a plea deal and banned for life by USA Swimming.
A statement from USA Swimming this morning confirms that the federation received a tip and conducted an investigation into an allegedly inappropriate relationship between coach Sean Hutchison and National Team swimmer Ariana Kukors in 2010.
2012 Olympian Ariana Kukors says Sean Hutchison, her former coach, began sexually abusing her at the age of 16.
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Michael Phelps and Chad Le Clos will do battle tonight in what could be the race of the Games.
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Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu may need to rebrand herself with a new element after the Olympics: could we see the Golden Lady in Rio?
Remember the Olympic Trials telephone booth installation from 2012? This time around, it’s getting a little more tropical.
Katinka Hosszu will take on one of the toughest world records on the books in Rio: the women’s 400 IM.
Katinka Hosszu earned her third gold medal of the meet with a Championship record in the women’s 200 IM.