The Swim England has reportedly taken a decision to delete an earlier article on Twitter advising women on slimming down.
Swim England has taken off the write-up on how to look slimmer in swimming pool from its official Twitter handle.
The National governing organization has apologized while also removing the article from its website.
Meanwhile, the piece had advised that women with a “jiggly belly” should avoid wearing bikinis.
And it had also stated that being pear-shaped has “often been the plague of women”.
The article had been on the website since the year 2010.
But they removed it after Simone Webb highlighted some of its content in a thread on its official Twitter page.
“We apologize for any offence this old information may have caused” – Swim England
A Swim England spokesperson disclosed to BBC Sport: “This was an old web page from 2010 that does not represent the views of Swim England.
“As soon as the article got to our attention, we removed the page.
“And we are also in the process of replacing it with more appropriate information.
“Swimming is one of the most accessible activities for people of all ages and abilities.
“We want everyone to feel comfortable in the water.
“And that is so that they can take advantage of the many benefits swimming has to offer.
“We apologize for any offence this old information may have caused.
“And we do hope that this will not deter people from continuing to enjoy the water,” the spokesperson summed up.
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