The #metoo movement of women disclosing and challenging sexual harassment and abuse is currently shaking the world of Swedish athletics.
Moa Hjelmer - who won 400m gold at the 2012 European Championships - revealed last month that in 2011 she was raped by an older athlete at the Finnkampfen - the annual athletics competition between Sweden and Finland.
|Moa Hjelmer's announcement on instagram|
Since then several other women have come forward and made similar disclosures, and there is a growing tide of support from women across Swedish sports. Among those expressing their solidarity with Hjelmer has been sprint hurdler Susanna Kallur (world indoor record holder for 60m hurdles) who posted this picture on Instagram with the message 'the patriarchy falls within your lifetime'.
|Susanna Kallur's message on instagram|
(first heard about this via B9ace on twitter)