Trans Athlete to Compete in Olympic Trials W/ Biological Women

If you think this is fair, you're wrong.

A transgender athlete will be competing against biological (real) women in an upcoming Olympic trial competition to see who qualifies to go to Tokyo this summer.

Good thing it's not boxing or someone might end up getting seriously hurt.

Daily Caller reports:

A biologically male marathon runner who identifies as a transgender woman is set to compete in the USA Olympic trials later in February.
Megan Youngren “is set to make history on Feb. 29 as the first openly transgender athlete to compete at the U.S. Olympic marathon trials,” Sports Illustrated reported. Youngren qualified for the trials after a strong performance on Dec. 8, 2019 in the California International Marathon.
“People will try to put it down by saying, ‘That’s too easy because you’re trans.’ But what about the 500 other women who will qualify?” Youngren told the magazine. “There’s probably someone with the exact same story.”
“I trained hard. I got lucky. I dodged injuries,” Youngren added. “I raced a lot, and it worked out for me. That’s the story for a lot of other people, too.”

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