Three-time Olympic champion Tracy Stockwell never shirked a challenge in the pool and is likewise totally committed to reforming an Australian swimming team culture that some female swimmers have branded toxic and misogynistic.

Thirty-eight years after winning three gold medals under her maiden name of Caulkins at the 1984 Los Angeles Games, the American has just started her new position as president of Swimming Australia (SA).

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