Last week, World Athletics announced new regulations that would prohibit athletes who have gone through what they refer to as “male puberty” from participating in female world ranking competitions. CeCé Telfar, who became the first out transgender athlete to win an NCAA title in 2019 has responded, claiming her own questioning of whether her “years of blood, sweat, and tears” were worth it.
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