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Swimming Australia president Kieren Perkins has urged Maddie Groves to provide more information after she said she would withdraw from the upcoming Olympic trials and said her decision should be a lesson to “misogynistic perverts” in the sport.
“This is a very concerning thing for us,” Perkins told the ABC on Friday. “These types of issues are, to be honest, the highest on my list as president that we need to be aware [of] and manage. We need to manage the safety of our athletes. That is paramount to us.”
Remember the Mosman collar bomb hoax?
In August 2011, Paul Douglas Peters broke into the home of ex-Australian Rugby Union boss Bill Pulver wearing a balaclava and placed a fake collar bomb around the neck of his teenage daughter Madeleine.