Zali Steggall took on the patriarchy and won

Zali Steggall first burst into the Australian psyche back in 1998 when she became the first ever Australian to win a medal at a Winter Olympics - winning a Bronze in the slalom at Nagano. Fast forward 20-years and she came back to public life with a bang as the woman who famously toppled ex-Prime Minister Tony Abbott from the electorate seat he had held for 25 years. Now the Abbott-slayer is on the verge of becoming the face of climate change in our federal parliament, and she joins marie claire to talk about all of it...


 

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