A high school swimmer who was disqualified over a ‘suit wedgie’ had the decision overturned

A top-rated teen swimmer in Alaska was disqualified over her school-issued swimsuit after she won a race on Friday because the ref claimed it broke regulations. It did not. In a statement released Tuesday, the district said it was led to believe that  the “swimmer was targeted based solely on how a standard, school-issued uniform happened to fit the shape of her body.” The decision was overturned on Tuesday after the district appealed the decision, the Alaska School Activities Association said. The Alaska School Activities Association said the decision to overturn the disqualification was made based on “evidence gathered,

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