Inside Athletics

New claims rock Australian athletics


Less than a month before the London Olympics, Australian athletics is in disarray.

Following the controversy over steeplechaser Genevieve LaCaze's exclusion, then inclusion, in the Games team - which caused friction between Athletics Australia and the Australian Olympic Committee - other revelations have emerged that could embarrass a sport that received more than $20 million of taxpayers' money over the past four years.

Fairfax’s Daniel Lane spoke to Athletics Australia chief executive Dallas O’Brien.

Read the full story at the Canberra Times


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