The swimming season for American college women is over, but the controversy over transgender fraud “Leah” Thomas is not going to disappear anytime soon.
Virginia tech swimmer Reka Giorgi has filed a letter of complaint to the NCAA, and the Save Women’s Sports Coalition appeared in a New York Post story over the weekend demanding justice.
Thomas (left, NCAA victory stand, in photo) won the national championship in the 500-yard freestyle last week, barring real women from reaching the finals and dropping them to a lower finish than they achieved without the NCAA’s permission. To challenge him. In the process, he defeated three U.S. Olympic silver medalists.
“We think everyone should play sports,” Save Women’s Sports told the New York Post on Saturday. The group’s goal is to restore biology-based competence and identify itself as a “pro-woman”, but not specifically targeting Thomas.
Beth Stelzer, an amateur powerlifter and founder of Save Women’s Sports, says protecting women in athletics should not be seen as biased or religious. The team protested the NCAA policy of allowing men to compete in the college women’s sports team during the National Women’s Swimming Championships in Atlanta last week.
“We’re here to support female athletes,” Stelzer told Britbert. “Our aim was to raise awareness with respect to the girls that they are important and we will hold the line for them.”
Stelzer also noted that both Democrats and Republicans oppose injustice in women’s sports.
Maude Maron, a New York Democrat and congressional candidate, said in a Newsweek op-ed last week, “It’s time to get serious about saving girls and women’s sports.”
“The injustice of men competing in women’s sports has given rise to widespread resistance,” Maron said. The simple fact is: A male athlete loses whenever a male born person joins a female team. That’s not fair. It shouldn’t be legal either. ”
Is it ever true! Gyorgy would have qualified for the finals in the 500-yard freestyle, but Thomas’ presence prevented that. He broke the winning record in that event (4: 33.24), then boasted how easy it was to cruise to victory.
“With all due respect,” Giorgi said in his letter to the NCAA, “I want to address something that is a problem in our sport at the moment and hurts athletes, especially female swimmers.”
Georgi, a local from Hungary, has made an exception to the NCAA rules that allow men to play women’s sports.
“I am writing this letter at the moment in the hope that the NCAA will open their eyes and change these rules in the future.” Biologically female swimmers competing in the NCAA. ”
The presence of men in women’s swimming “hurts me, my team and the other women in the pool,” Georgie’s letter continued. He also mentioned how Thomas snatched an All-American place from a worthy woman, demonstrating the NCAA’s “lack of interest” in protecting athletes.
Gyorgy’s letter to the NCAA called for “making the right changes for our sport and for a better future for swimming.”
Meanwhile, Thomas, a senior and college finisher, is focusing on the 2024 Women’s Olympic swimming competition. She is aiming to take her acquired skills to the highest competitive level for women’s swimming. In this crazy, insane, crazy world of awakened sports, injustice does not end.