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Trans Athlete Defeats Every Girl In Track Competition

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A male high school sophomore took first place in the girls’ high jump competition at a New Hampshire track meet.

He jumped 5’2″, higher than every girl but over a foot lower than the boys’ winner.

His participation sparked criticism that he deprived female athletes of opportunities.

“How could the parents of this boy allow their son to cheat deserving women out of opportunities? And why don’t the parents of the girls stand up and say ‘no’ for their daughters? This country is full of failing, gutless mothers and fathers,” Riley Gaines wrote on X.

New Hampshire’s athletic association allows participation based on gender identity rather than sex.

“The NHIAA is committed to providing transgender student-athletes with equal opportunities to participate in NHIAA athletic programs consistent with their gender identity. The NHIAA has concluded that it would be fundamentally unjust and contrary to applicable state and federal law to preclude a student from participation on a gender-specific sports team that is consistent with the public gender identity of that student for all other purposes,” the NHIAA eligibility policy reads.

A conservative group leader argued parents should organize alternative leagues if boards prioritize leftist policies over constituents.

“If school boards feared their constituents more than they feared [law firm] Drummond Woodsum and leftist superintendents, in a matter of months, we could have half the school districts in the state organized into an alternative NHIAA. The solution is for parents to stop accepting cowardly excuses from school board members who ran as conservative,” Cornerstone Action executive director Shannon McGinley stated.

Meanwhile, proposed legislation to require sports teams be based on sex at birth was opposed by a Democrat who said excluding potentially transgender athletes would be unfair, dismissing the competitions as obscure.

“We don’t even know if she’s actually trans, but if she is, that’s certainly a very unfair thing [to keep her from competing]. A lot of these cases, they are pretty obscure competitions that normally sports fans wouldn’t be paying much attention to,” Rep. Tim Horrigan said.

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