Analysis: Athletics head coach mysteriously silent on John Steffensen furore

The John Steffensen furore has covered up a more disturbing issue on the eve of the Olympic Games - what's happened to Australia's track and field head coach?

Where is Eric Hollingsworth? He should be the front and square a week out from the biggest event on his sport's calendar, particularly when there is a selection stink happening which you would think comes under his job description.

But Hollingsworth, who has previously had no problem speaking his mind clearly and sometimes controversially, has been gagged by Athletics Australia.

Read the full story at the Herald Sun

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