FINA trans athlete rules will leave some devastated, but that doesn’t make them wrong


In one section, the IOC defines the starting point as being that athletes should be permitted to compete in competition in their self-identified gender. Yet in the very next section, the IOC states that sports ought to proceed with policy development, on the basis that no athlete within a category enjoys an unfair and disproportionate competitive advantage.

And if you can square up those two principles so they aren’t in obvious conflict, you’re a genius.

FINA is the international governing body for swimming, water polo, artistic swimming, open water swimming, and high diving. All but the…



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