Cate Campbell says she would stake her reputation on the cleanliness of every Australian swimmer as she called for a review of testing protocols in the wake of the Sun Yang doping scandal.
The sprint star is in Adelaide for the Australian Swimming Championships, beginning on Sunday, and will take to the water as she continues preparations for the FINA World Championships in Korea in July.
And while Sun's great rival Mack Horton has largely steered clear of the latest doping concern involving the Chinese superstar and triple Olympic champion, Campbell has called for an overhaul of testing procedures after a farcical scenario that saw Sun alleged to have smashed a vial of his drawn blood with a hammer before it could be taken away for analysis.
Sun was initially cleared by a FINA doping panel, which determined there was insufficient evidence to sanction him, but the matter has since been referred by WADA to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Sun's career is at stake should he be found to be in breach.