A biological male who now claims to be transgender defeated an entire team of females during a recent women’s college swim meet.
As The Daily Wire reports:
Over the weekend, a swimmer from the University of Pennsylvania who swam competitively for the men’s team for three years before switching to the women’s team, destroyed the biological women in the competition, winning the 1650 free by a gargantuan 38 seconds ahead of the young woman finishing second, winning the 500 free by a whopping twelve seconds ahead of the woman finishing second, and winning the 200 free by a still-huge seven seconds.
Lia Thomas, who as Will Thomas swam for the men’s team the prior three years, “left Akron with the nation’s fastest 200 freestyle time, the nation’s top time in the 500 free & 1650 time that would’ve had Thomas in the finals at the 2021 NCAA Championships. Thomas won the 1650 at the Akron Zippy Invitational by 38 seconds over her teammate. Her results in all three races set new Penn records along with meet and pool records,” Outkick reported.
Transgender swimmer who used to compete as a man smashes TWO US women's records https://t.co/Q1XBXUDZ2v
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) December 7, 2021
The NCAA has justified its policy of letting male to female transgenders compete by claiming that there are no meaningfuly biological differences between male and female athletes.