Race Times for Transgender Athletes

@inproceedings{Harper2015RaceTF,
  title={Race Times for Transgender Athletes},
  author={Joanna Harper},
  year={2015}
}
In recent years, organizations such as the International Olympic Committee have created regulations to allow those athletes who have undergone gender reassignment to compete in their chosen gender. Despite these rules, there is still a widespread belief that transgender female athletes have an inherent advantage over 46,XX female competitors. Until now, there has not been any published data, based on performances of transgender athletes, to either support or refute this belief. There are two… CONTINUE READING

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