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Greg Winslow (University of Utah Photo)

SALT LAKE CITY -- Authorities are releasing a report into allegations that a Utah swim coach sexually abused a teenage girl he coached years ago in Arizona.

The accusations led to Greg Winslow's suspension by the University of Utah on Thursday. The school said it won't renew his contract.

The 97-page police report obtained by The Associated Press said Winslow was a popular coach at Arizona State University. It said Winslow was 32 when he took a special interest in a 15-year-old swimmer on the Sun Devils Aquatics club in Tempe, Ariz. Winslow doubled as a coach for the club.

The girl told police she was fondled for two years starting in 2005.

Police said there were no witnesses or other victims on the swim club.

Winslow has denied the accusations. He has not been arrested or charged. Police at Arizona State University delivered their report Friday to Maricopa County Attorney's Office. Prosecutors said they're reviewing it.

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