No. 1 as a woman and 19 as a man!

Cyclist Kara Dixon’s victory in the Dirty Reiver gravel race in the UK has once again sparked a huge discussion on social networks due to the consequences of including transgender athletes in female categories.

Dixon competed in the women’s class and finished first, beating the runner-up by over an hour. The athlete finished the race in around 7 hours and 46 minutes while runner-up Alice Graham finished second by completing the race in 8 hours and 51 minutes.

Men’s cyclist Cara (Cameron) Dixon won the women’s class at the Dirty Reiver gravel race in the UK last weekend. Dixon was the first woman overall, beating second place by over an hour. Dixon was 19th in the men’s class.”denounce me Save women’s sports on his official Twitter profile.

UFC featherweight Lando Vannata responded to the tweet, criticizing the decision to allow Dixon to compete in the women’s division. Vanata He has come to question the sanity of people who endorse biological men competing against women in sports.

“Anyone who agrees with biological men competing against women has either never played a sport or is really stupid.”

The controversy joins the controversy aroused this weekend at the Tour de Gila after Austin Kelipes, of the Amy D Foundation team, won, “The leader in the men’s Tour of the Gila is a man, and in the women’s too. I hope so,” writes Erin Aguilar, a law specialist. Sports, on social networks, that women cyclists have the right to have their own class.

Because Austin Kelips was born male and moved on to be female. He dominates some cycling events. “2023: The first year that the Gila Tour has not been won by a woman. The men’s tour has been won by a man (Alex Hoen) and the women too (Austin Kelps)”, added.

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The recent rise of transgender athletes in women’s cycling has had dramatic consequences. In reality, Former champion Hannah Arensmann recently left the sport after a passing cyclist snatched her podium.

“I was deeply outraged, disappointed, ignored and humiliated that women’s sports legislators do not find it necessary to protect women’s sports to ensure fair competition for women. My sister and family cried watching a man finish in front of me, after witnessing several physical interactions with him during the race. “It’s not fair,” he said.

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