More than 1,000 athletes from around the world have taken to social media to express their frustration over the coverage of the Olympic men’s ice hockey games.
Some athletes have taken their complaints to the Olympic Committee and have also launched their own hashtag, #OlympicIceHockey.
The hashtag, which has been used to share videos and photos of players and coaches, has been trending on Twitter in recent days.
“Some people are unhappy because they feel it’s unfair and unfair,” Olympic ice basketball coach Michael Gormley said on CBC’s “Power Play” on Monday.
Gormley was a member of the men’s Olympic ice Hockey team, which finished third at the Winter Games in Vancouver last year.
Many of his teammates were unhappy with the coverage, Gormay said, and he’s heard from players from other teams.
They want to know why they’re not getting the full coverage they deserve.
In the meantime, Gromley said he is working on getting his own players to wear an ice hockey helmet.
Players who don’t have one should not be discouraged from trying, Gomley said.
There are a lot of people in the world who don