Mary Sophie Harvey, Canadian swimmer who won the bronze medal in the 4x200m freestyle at the World Swimming Championships in Budapest denounced it on the final night of the competition they drugged her when he came out to celebrate the team’s success.
“I was drugged” on the last night of the World Cup. I wasn’t aware of what they gave me, I just remember that I woke up lost with the doctor and the team manager next to my bed,” he posted on the social network Instagram.
The swimmer tells what happened: “There is a time span four to six hours that I don’t remember.
Harvey also shared several images of bruises on his legs, announcing that he is a… rib sprain and concussion.
“I’ve never felt so ashamed. I doubted whether I should post something or not, but I’ve always been transparent with you,” he says.
The Canadian insists: “These situations happen too often enough for me to be silent, alas”.
“Some friends explained to me that they carried me while I was unconscious. That might explain the bruises on my body, but that It didn’t make me feel any better.” He says.
And sentence: “For everyone who reads this be careful. I thought this would never happen to me, but it did. I wish someone had told me something like that before that night.”