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Just say the word "bathing suit" and women and their teen daughters cringe in collective dread. And, yes it is well-documented that teen girls consistently rate themselves as being too "fat" and teen boys rate themselves as being too thin. Well, summer is just around the corner and teen girls are dusting off last year's bathing suits or getting ready for that trip to the mall in search of the perfect bathing suits that will flatter their bodies, that will attract the boys and that will let them look just like their peers.
On Friday, a high school athlete won a meter freestyle race representing Anchorage's Dimond High School — but then was quickly disqualified. The top-ranked high school athlete was reprimanded by a referee for having a uniform violation in the form of a "suit wedgie," the Washington Post reported. The teen was wearing a school-issued swimsuit — the same one all of her teammates were wearing.
Breckynn Willis, a member of the swim team at Dimond High School in Anchorage, Alaska, had competed in four events at a swim competition Friday. After she won a heat, a race official deemed that her swimsuit had shifted into a position that showed too much of her backside. In the statement, the school district did not name the official who disqualified Willis, but said it is moving to decertify the individual.
Organisers stripped the high school swimmer of victory in one of four races in Alaska last Friday because of a "uniform violation. The referee who made the decision argued it was justified as she could see "butt cheek touching butt cheek. The ruling outraged a local coach who challenged the decision in a blog post that accused the referee of singling out the year-old student because of her race and for being curvy and full-figured. She said the student stripped of victory was wearing the same suit issued to every girl on the team and yet she was the only athlete sanctioned.