Ugandan Annet Negesa and Kenyan Maximila Imali both had their Olympic dreams cru…


Ugandan Annet Negesa and Kenyan Maximila Imali both had their Olympic dreams crushed because of rules set by track and field global governing body World Athletics. They are just two – of many – elite women athletes who have been told their natural testosterone levels, if not lowered through medication or surgery, disqualify them from competition at the highest levels of sport.

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  1. Isn’t it a viable solution to group athletes accordingly to the respective testosterone levels rather than by the outdated men and women definitions?

  2. Yet they allow transgenders that have previously been olympic contestants as a male participate 2021 as female. New Zealand.

  3. This testosterone thing doesn’t make sense…we can’t disqualify people based on their level of testosterone…It’s a way to just discourage women from active participation in sports

  4. So when Michael Phelps has a natural biological advantage he is applauded for how lucky he is, and these women get disqualified? Sexism at its worse. Make it make sense.

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