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It describes a ‘culture of fear’ in which staff and riders were scared to voice their concerns to a senior management who employed a win at all costs approach.
However the worst criticisms, included in draft versions of the report leaked to journalists, have been changed or dropped.
The discoveries were made by the Jebel Qurma Archaeological Landscape Project, led by Leiden University in the Netherlands.
They believe that the area was virtually uninhabited for a period of roughly 1,500 to 2,000 years.
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The burial sites were discovered in the Jebel Qurma region by a team of Dutch researchers.
Among them the finding that Jess Varnish’s removal from the programme had been an ‘act of retaliation’ for having spoken out about the organisation.
It describes the programme as changing from being 'coach-led, athlete-centred' to one that was 'coach-led, coach centred'.
The region is so desolate that one early explorer described it as a land of 'Dead Fire'.
The discovery of the burials could help to shed light on the history of human occupation of the area over the course of millennia, as well as the conditions they faced.