Brits turn on previous mentor after most noticeably terrible Olympics in 45 years

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The British paddling group has turned on its previous mentor Jurgen Grobler after its most noticeably terrible presentation in 45 years after he was blamed for “obliterating” competitors.

Men’s eight bronze medallist Josh Bugajski uncovered the ghastly culture inside the game in a meeting with The Telegraph, guaranteeing his life was made hopeless by Grobler’s fierce preparing techniques.

“I will be bold and say something that the team doesn’t need me to say. I aired out a jug of champagne when Jurgen resigned,” Bugajski said.

“I had three extremely dull a long time under him. What’s more, I think I’d be a weakling on the off chance that I didn’t say that for the benefit of the folks who are stuck at home since they got a more obscure side of Jurgen and they aren’t in the group.

“There were a few group he just appeared to take a loathing to. How he dealt with them was simply annihilate them – obliterate their spirit, obliterate all that they had. He had total force. In the event that you didn’t get financing for a boat, your subsidizing was never going to go up.

“I was basically poor for a year or somewhere in the vicinity. My relationship endured, my fellowships endured. Everything endured. I’m extremely thankful to have a superb life partner, a magnificent family back home. They take care of me at whatever point they can.”

However, even those inside a similar boat weren’t in total agreement as Bugajski’s crewmate Moe Sbihi jumped in to shield Grobler, who was the mentor when the group won gold in 2016.

“He is a champ,” British banner transporter Sbihi said. “He is an infamous victor, he has reproduced champs. Jurgen realized how to hoist individuals.

“I have kept in touch with him as a human, not similarly as a feature of a competitor mentor relationship. He is someone who p – – me off as much as made me truly cheerful. I addressed him momentarily just this week – just to say thank you to him. I feel extremely thankful for the inheritance he has set up.”


American Ryan Murphy cast question over the triumph of Russian Evgeny Rylov in the 200m backstrokes on Friday by saying: “I’m swimming in a race that is presumably not perfect.”

Rylov said he was “amazed” by Murphy’s remarks, which he portrayed as “unusual”.

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