Rival athletes question legality of Team GB skin suit as row intensifies

• Uhlaender and Wesenberg raise questions over skeleton equipment
• ‘Everyone is supposed to have access to the same equipment’

The Team GB skeleton skin suit row intensified on Wednesday as rival athletes publicly questioned whether the game-changing kit was legal.

The story – first revealed by the Guardian – has been a major talking point in Pyeongchang, especially with the unfancied British rider Dom Parsons, who is ranked 12th in the world, leading the way in practice before his event starts on Thursday.

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