‘Trans’ Swimmer Crushes Biological Females in College Swim Meet
A male swimmer who thinks he is a woman crushed biological females at an Ivy League swim meet.
Lia Thomas, who swims for the University of Pennsylvania, scored first place victories against his female competitors at Harvard University.
The 22-year-old man won the 100-yard race in 50.55 seconds, with his closest competitor coming in at a full second later at 51.51. Thomas then won the 200-yard race with a 1:47.08 finish.
Thomas, who previously swam for UPenn’s men’s team for three years before transitioning, made a name for himself breaking school and national records this year, prompting the NCAA to review its guidelines for transgender athletes, the New York Post reports.
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Cynthia Millen, who had officiated USA Swimming meets for three decades, stepped down after she “told my fellow officials that I can no longer participate in a sport that allows biological men to compete against women.”
Perhaps the NCAA should consider making two new categories for athletes — XX and XY.