Two gymnasts have made allegations of mistreatment by British Gymnastics head coach Amanda Reddin.
One, named Jenny, made claims dating back to the 1980s which include accusations of physical abuse from the ages of 9-12, which caused “immense pain”.
Rio Olympian Ruby Harrold said Reddin presided over a “culture of fear” at the Team GB camps in Lilleshall.
She described food portions that left her and her fellow gymnasts hungry.
The BBC is also aware of one other high-profile complaint to British Gymnastics that is ongoing and two other separate complaints made to the NSPCC hotline, set up in the wake of the allegations. (BBC)