Update, October 2021: The evidence-gathering and investigation stage of the Review's work is now complete, subject to a handful of enquiries which are anticipated to be concluded in the coming weeks. Please see further details in the latest update from Anne Whyte QC.
About the Whyte Review
In July 2020 a significant number of gymnasts, and parents of gymnasts, made allegations about mistreatment within the sport of gymnastics. A number of the concerns alleged that British Gymnastics had failed to deal appropriately with complaints it had received. In response to these issues being raised, UK Sport and Sport England ('the Commissioning Organisations') have appointed Anne Whyte QC ('the Reviewer') to undertake an independent review ('The Whyte Review') into the issues that have been raised.
The Terms of Reference for the Whyte Review are available here. The Whyte Review has issued a Call for Evidence which is available here.
At the conclusion of the Whyte Review, a final written report will be produced and provided to the Commissioning Organisations. The Commissioning Organisations will publish the Report on this website, subject to any relevant legal considerations. The Commissioning Organisations shall consider carefully the recommendations made by the Reviewer and determine the manner in which any recommendations to be taken forward will be implemented by British Gymnastics.