British athletes were threatened with not being selected if they spoke out about classification concerns in Paralympic sports, MPs have been told.
"It's somewhere between bullying and control," said 11-time Paralympic champion Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
She was speaking at a Parliamentary committee hearing into claims athletes were cheating the system.
It was announced last week that classification rules would be revised, with effect from 1 January.
BBC Sports Editor Dan Roan reports.
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