bring a student athlete from high school on charges of bathroom officials Alaska swimming costumes disqualification revelation has added fuel to the controversy over police body female athletes. During a meeting in Anchorage on Friday, officials banned a 17-year-old student from high school Dimond who had just won a race in 100 meters freestyle at the fact that the seat of her swimsuit too much of the back exposed. A swimming coach who is a friend of the girl’s family time, says he believes the girl is only because “fuller thought.” Other people familiar with the girl show time is unlikely that their action so wore that violate the dress code on purpose; the mother of the float told local news station KTUU that the official had earlier also “criticized” their younger brothers swimsuit. The Anchorage School District announced Tuesday that the suspension is upset and the team lost points reintegration. The district also has the official certification removed and the rule of bathing suit cover suspend forward. Annette Rohde, who volunteer on Friday to pledge swimming competition as the official was and is the mother of a girl on the team Dimond High swimming, said that they found time to be the official called “ridiculous.” “You can not get a call like that just because he does not like the way of the suit to the body is located,” says Rohde. A former gymnastics coach, Rohde says that they are familiar with how to focus on an athlete’s body can affect. It describes the uniform rule as a “gray area” in the rules. Although the provisions of the directives from the bath are custom derived from the writings of State High School Associations National Federation are, how it is applied to certain rules to state-level sports club. The uniform rules of the Federation says that girls should swimsuit cover the buttocks and breasts, ‘and presents an exhibition plot, appropriate and inappropriate’ swimsuit cover. (The federal government has also signed a memorandum on the swimsuit issued in August, he said it was a “trend” of female swimmers their inadequate clothing.) However, some say that these rules are not clear and that many swimmers women have at least one side exposed his buttocks. Swim Team parents also argue that it makes no sense to punish athletes (much less inconsistent) if their uniforms are moving as they compete. Joey Caterinichio, an official of the officiants also said USA Swimming National University, Anchorage that Alaska School Activities Association implemented the uniform rule last year, and the suspension policy was put in this year. Caterinichio says she was the Alaska Federation to eliminate the usual pressures because it is too subjective, and puts too much emphasis on the student body. While she says she has heard that the NFHS some girls in other states in their suits to walk, he has never seen it happen in Alaska, and students should be given the benefit of the doubt. “If children are in the same bathing suit, we are not to judge your bathing suit – we are the body of judge”, says Caterinichio TIME. Lauren Langford, a swim coach Anchorage who knows even the 17-year-old family pictures posted of common medium uniform swimsuit none of the clothes is full of a swimmer could cover the buttocks. “Not true even before you get to the body of a swimmer. Some of these brands are currently used as a team fit. When many girls wear them, and cut in a way that, immodest ‘why was disqualified just a swimmer? “he wrote Langford. “We can not allow our organization that accesses are in the body-shame – should promote the image of a healthy body for all athletes,” said Langford. In a statement submitted to the school district that the swimsuit was bought by the group, and that the swimming program had “a conscious effort made last year’s uniforms athletes met in order to ensure the rules.” “The disqualified athletes wear school approved emitted meet during the race. In the first three meets this year, Dimond swim wear team uniform floating connection without the disqualification has” Ward said. School officials and witnesses say that the dispute on the costume seat from the bathroom of the girl starts a year ago, he said as a parent, that the girl has to adjust the bathing suit. “You girls need to hear my disguise guys,” said the parents, according to witnesses. A parent also has a photo of girl on the swim platform and shared to me as evidence that his action was inappropriate, according to the school district. The assistant came in and “parents have indicated that made the record that was not allowed for him to take pictures of other children and should cease immediately,” said the school district. After the girl was disqualified on Friday, his coach immediately asked for the decision. given school district later announced that he revised the decision and decided it was not appropriate. “They belong After our review of the September 6 disqualification of a swimmer interviews Dimond High School of several witnesses that Anchorage School District conclusion was that our swimmers targeted solely based on such a standard, the school uniform issued happen to fit form his body. we can not tolerate discrimination of any kind, and certainly not in the form of the body. This disqualification was clumsy and useless “, the school district said in a statement.