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Offbeat Teddy Riner victim of racism: Camille Lacourt supports him

10:50  30 june  2020
10:50  30 june  2020 Source:   purepeople.com

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Teddy Riner victime de racisme : Camille Lacourt lui apporte son soutien © Stephane Allaman / SIPA Teddy Riner victim of racism: Camille Lacourt supports him This June 29, Camille Lacourt spoke to support Teddy Riner , after the discovery of racist insults against him.

Sunday, June 28, acts of vandalism and racist insults were discovered on photographs of French sportsmen , exhibited at Insep, the National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance. Using a felt-tip pen, the author (s) wrote these insulting and racist comments during the night on the pictures showing Teddy Riner and Dimitri Bascou: " This morning, racist insults were discovered on the photos of athletes of the Rio Games, placed on the outside gates of the Insep in the heart of the Bois de Vincennes. The public establishment, which immediately noted this outrage, firmly condemns these acts and will file a complaint with the police ", said Ghani Yalouz, direct general of Insep.

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Teddy Riner wants to cement his place in history in London. No one can beat Teddy at the moment. Unless he makes a gross error or falls ill, he is invincible. Too big, too physical, technically and tactically strong, he moves too fast for the other heavyweights in general.

Sherif claimed: “I can’t rule out that racism was a factor here. I think there may have been some unconscious racism . "By that I mean, the producers might not have been aware of what they were doing, but they may have had an inherent bias in their minds that caused them to act against me.

"The blue white red sportsmen"

The day after the discovery of this infamous act, Camille Lacourt wanted to react and provide support to his colleague. The world champion has indeed spoken through his Instagram account to express his disgust at these acts. " Sadness and disgust! I will not remain silent in the face of such acts! For me, all French athletes are only blue white red, the color of our flag which represents equality, fraternity and freedom. Ne Let not a stupid and so little educated minority divide our country! ", wrote the professional swimmer in caption of a post publishing the vandalized photographs Teddy Riner and Dimitri Bascou.

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