A lawyer specialising in child abuse cases has told ITV News that all sports need to be looked at in the wake of the football abuse scandal.
Elizabeth Duncan of Slee Blackwell Solicitors said she was looking after a dozen cases of abuse in sport, with the firm representing clients in football, gymnastics and swimming.
Ms Duncan said the role of coaching in youth sports is "ripe for abuse".
"That relationship between a coach and a young athlete is one of imbalance, it's one of power and it's one of vulnerability," she said.
Jamie Vardy said it has been "sickening" to learn of the details in football's child sex abuse scandal
Greg Clarke said that football, and other institutions, seemed to have a 'total unawareness' of the problem of child abuse in the 1990s.
The darts world champion was fiercely criticised for his 'offensive' and 'homophobic' comments about abuse victims.