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Transgender Woman, Who Remains A Biological Male, Wins NCAA Women’s Track Championship

A biological male won the first Women’s Track and Field NCAA title, even though she was previously competing as a man named Craig as recently as 2018.

CeCe Telfer, a transgender woman from New Hampshire attending Franklin Pierce University, won the first ever NCAA title for the sport, and also made history as the first biologically male competing on a woman’s team to do so.

According to Franklin Pierce, “Telfer is the first student-athlete in Franklin Pierce history to collect an individual national title,” adding that when the biologically male athlete”crossed the line as a national champion, she did so by posting her best time at the collegiate level, with a mark of 57.53 seconds.”

The Daily Caller reported:

Telfer’s victory came less than two hours after taking fifth place in the 100-meter hurdles. OutSports, a pro-LGBT sports website, touted Telfer as “a trans athlete who doesn’t win every time.”

Read the full story from Big League Politics

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