This chapter aims to reveal, at least partially, a mostly unseen aspect of research into sexual abuse in sport – the experience of participating in research as a ‘survivor’ of child sexual abuse. Our aim is to offer something more akin to a co-constructed account of the research process, in this highly sensitive area of research, in contrast to the traditional model that excludes the views of participants. We do this through a collaborative effort but give primacy to Harris’s personal reflections on the experience of participating in a recent European research project, alongside Hartill but from qualitatively different positions: researcher and researched. We hope this offers a more authentic discussion of the research process, a task that seems especially crucial in research of this nature. This exercise is also situated within a broader consideration of ‘survivor’ research, with the aim of stimulating further dialogue and collaboration in this area.