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Thread: Ali Ludwig and Caitlyn Hogan Leave Waxman's Gym

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenni_lifts View Post
    Per another source - Sean apparently referred to Caitlin as the "c" word in a private Google doc that was shared with her.
    Yeah... chicks love that...

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    Honestly, I could hear that (xkcd) coming out of Sean's mouth.

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    I totally assumed the profanity thing was as ridiculous as the SSB, but yeah, he shouldn't have called her that. Sounds like there is a lot more to the story. He must have really pissed her off to make her want to file a complaint. Seems a little revenge-y, especially in the context of the shit talking on social media and the SSB complaint. I mean, why not just bounce and move on? Why try to get him in trouble? Why contact people online to badmouth him as reported on that TMZ insta? Seems sus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilAndrews View Post
    Regarding a squat bar, absolutely simply total 194kg as a 53kg, and win Silver in the Snr Pan Ams and we'll gladly assist you with equipment.

    For information, Caitlin Hogan did not file two ethics complaints against Sean Waxman. She did file one, and in relation to the squat bar it was filed anonymously.

    Caitlin is a world class athlete who has acted nothing but professionally.
    It seems nothing Hogan or you have done in this situation is professional. She walked away from one of the best coach’s in the county 2 years before the Olympics after being one of the best lifters in the world, she and her crazy girlfriend trashed him publicly, then she accused him of stealing. And you are defending this behavior publicly? There is nothing professional about any of this. Why is the CEO weighing in publicly at all? That seems very unprofessional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biglift View Post
    It seems nothing Hogan or you have done in this situation is professional. She walked away from one of the best coach’s in the county 2 years before the Olympics after being one of the best lifters in the world, she and her crazy girlfriend trashed him publicly, then she accused him of stealing. And you are defending this behavior publicly? There is nothing professional about any of this. Why is the CEO weighing in publicly at all? That seems very unprofessional.
    He just said she didn't file the complaint about the SSB, it was filed anonymously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SM720 View Post
    He just said she didn't file the complaint about the SSB, it was filed anonymously.
    He is the CEO of an Olympic Sport. He shouldn’t be on public forums talking about his coaches or athletes. It unprofessional and unethical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biglift View Post
    He is the CEO of an Olympic Sport. He shouldn’t be on public forums talking about his coaches or athletes. It unprofessional and unethical.
    I think most folks appreciate Phil being out in this and other public forums. . . and being professional and ethical while engaging as such. Perhaps he should have written, ". . .who has acted nothing but professionally IN MY PRESENCE" but, even absent those qualifying three words, I am not clear how these specific comments are unprofessional, biased, or unethical. He stated facts (who filed what complaint) and then expressed a general perception he had of interacting with one of the subjects in the relevant professional setting (he never stated that person-X was wrong and person-Y was correct).

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    How is it unprofessional to talk to your 'consumers' or base. Literally most CEO or Presidents have a working twitter or social media page where they answer questions or help run PR. This Hogan situation is a big thing within the American community so him answering questions and making sure information is disclosed transparently is literally the definition of what he should be doing.

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