The disqualification of a female\u00a0Alaska\u00a0high school swimmer\u00a0for\u00a0having\u00a0what amounted to a bathing suit \u201cwedgie\u201d\u00a0in her school-issued uniform has been overturned,\u00a0the Anchorage School District\u00a0said Tuesday.A referee had disqualified a Dimond High School swimmer\u00a0Friday because she claimed she could see the swimmer's\u00a0\u201cbutt cheek touching butt cheek\u201d during\u00a0a race, according to an official. The swimmer swam four races in the same swimsuit and was not disqualified from the other three.The Alaska School Activities Association\u00a0(ASAA)\u00a0overturned the disqualification on Tuesday, the Anchorage Daily News\u00a0reported.The school district said the referee\u2019s decision was "heavy-handed and unnecessary," and \u201cbased solely on how a standard, school-issued uniform happened to fit the shape of her\u00a0body,\u201d adding,\u00a0\u201cWe cannot tolerate discrimination of any kind, and certainly not based on body shape."An official who worked during the\u00a0swim meet, Annette Rohde, told the Anchorage Daily News\u00a0she questioned the referee after she\u00a0disqualified\u00a0the swimmer because her bathing suit bottom "was so far up I could see butt cheek touching butt cheek."AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING EMBARRASSED AFTER POSITIVE DRUG TESTAccording\u00a0to\u00a0the\u00a0National Federation of\u00a0State High School Associations,\u00a0the governing body that determines the rules for high school sports, female\u00a0swimmers must cover their buttocks and chest, and male swimmers\u00a0must conceal their buttocks\u00a0during meets.ASAA overturned the\u00a0disqualification\u00a0because an official must notify the coach if a uniform violation is uncovered, according to the rules.\u201cAll evidence gathered, including the statement provided by the official, indicated the official did not notify the coach prior to disqualifying the student,\u201d ASAA said in\u00a0a\u00a0statement, according to KTVA. "[...] All team and individual points shall be restored to both the individual swimmer and the Dimond High School Swim team."The Anchorage School District is seeking to decertify the official and revise the swimsuit coverage rule, it said, as it\u2019s \u201cambiguous and allows the potential for bias to influence officials\u2019 decisions.\u201dDimond swim coach Scott O\u2019Brien appealed the disqualification and the school district presented its appeal\u00a0to ASAA on Tuesday, the newspaper said.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPOfficials must now consider whether\u00a0the \u201clack of coverage\u201d is intentional or not, the association\u00a0said.\u201cThe rule was put in place to curtail swimmers from intentionally rolling up their swimsuits in such a manner as to expose their buttock,\u201d ASAA said. \u201cASAA believes students are not intentionally rolling up their swimsuits in this manner.\u201d"Swimsuits migrate," a meet official, Joey Caterinichio, told Anchorage Daily News.\u00a0"You have to assume this is a part of the sport."