An Ontario dad says he’s been blocked from raising concerns about a cycling coach’s sexual history. Now he’s suing
Ontario Cycling Association CEO Jim Crosscombe declined to be interviewed because the case was before the court. At a provincial cycling championship on March 4, 2018, Lee “verbally threatened and harassed” him, Archbold claims. Archbold filed a formal harassment complaint against Lee with the cycling association. “The suspension was excessive and draconian and was in retaliation and harassment against Mr. Archbold,” Archbold alleges in his lawsuit. Earlier this year, Archbold tried to recoup costs without suing the provincial cycling body.