Sending message to coach costed Sim Suk, know what is the matter

A message to 2-time short-track Olympic champion Shim Suk of South Korea has proved even more expensive. He has been suspended for two months. The Korea Skating Union has said that the disciplinary committee has decided to suspend Shim. She can appeal before the Korean Sports and Olympic Committee and also approach the court.

Shim had sent a message to his coach to suggest that 24-year-old Shim had deliberately dropped one of the 2 fellow players Choi Min Jeong and Kim Alang at the 2018 Pyeongchang Games. In fact, the message was going viral.

Beijing won't be able to participate in Winter Games: She will not be able to participate in the Beijing Winter Olympics due to a suspension after 2 months. The Winter Olympics are scheduled to be held from February 4 for which the names of the short track team are scheduled to be revealed by January 24. Not only that but Shim was also accused of fixing the race but was given a clean chit due to a lack of adequate evidence.

She has also won a gold medal in the 3000 m relay in the last 2 Olympics. She also holds a silver and a bronze medal in 2014. She has also been the World Cup overall champion in 2013, 2014, and 2015. The player has been in controversy in the past. Shim had also accused other former coaches of sexual harassment after her 2018 Games under the Me Too campaign.

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