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24/07/2020

“I Was Hit So Many Times I Can’t Count” – Abuse of Child Athletes in Japan

• This Report has been reproduced with the kind permission of Human Rights Watch. It was originally published on 20 July 2020. Click here for the original. Summary I was hit so many times, I can’t count … we were all called to the coach and I was hit...

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