The Australian Swimming Federation announced on Saturday that it would launch an independent inquiry into the allegations made by swimmer Maddie Groves. On Instagram, Groves said he deserves the games because of the wrong gameplay.
Australia goes to Tokyo without swimmer Maddie Groves. The Australian swimmer, who won two medals at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, is fit for the game because of the “false bastards” in the sport.
“Let this be a lesson to the wrong bastards and shoe lickers in the game,” Groves posted. “You can no longer exploit young women and girls, make fun of their bodies or fear for their health, but expect that we will represent you so that you can earn your annual bonus.”
Groves did not specify who she was talking about. “I’m embarrassed by the way he’s staring at me,” someone who works in the swimming world complained on Twitter last November.
The Australian Swimming Federation will now partner with ‘an independent women’s team’ that will explore ‘the experiences of women and girls in our sport’. The head of the Swimming Federation takes the allegations ‘very seriously’. “The safety of our athletes is the most important thing,” he said.
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