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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