A damning report has been released about Cycling NZ's high performance programme.
Michael Heron QC who led this inquiry, also uncovered a culture of bullying, poor behaviour, lack of accountability and a dysfunctional high performance programme when he first investigated in 2018.
He says there has been some improvement since then - but there's is still plenty to be done.
Chair of Cycling NZ Phil Holden said he's scoping out how long it'll take to set up a system for athletes to safely come forward.
Jessie Smith is a world BMX champion who has felt the impact of the poor culture and systems at Cycling NZ.
She spoke to Susie Ferguson.