So they were actually acquitted eh?
The article does bring up a good point :
"Bloody Elbow reported in February that Lloyd Irvin's best fighters left when one of the women on the team confided in a teammate that she'd been subjected to classic harassment that was moving towards sexual coercion. She needed help and advice.
In how many sports does a woman talk to a man, as a teammate, about this?
That one gesture—in which a junior woman athlete turns to a male colleague—and that one productive response—athletes united in their outrage—demonstrate how things can be. At least within the community of fighters invested in a not-sexist training space, the problem isn't men, and it isn't women"