The University of Utah is set to unveil findings of its independent investigation of fired swim coach Greg Winslow.
University officials say they'll discuss what they found out about Winslow at a Tuesday morning press conference in Salt Lake City.
The school hired outside investigators in March to review allegations of physical abuse and inappropriate behavior by Winslow during his six years as coach.
The University suspended Winslow in February after learning of allegations that he sexually abused a teenage girl he coached in Arizona six years. The school later decided to cut ties with Winslow, and has since hired a new coach.
Arizona prosecutors decided not to press charges against Winslow, saying they didn't find sufficient evidence. Arizona State University police said there were no witnesses or other victims to corroborate girl's allegations
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Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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