Transgender Cyclist Dominates The Competition, Female Competitors Say It’s “Unfair” (VIDEO)

Posted 10.23.2019 by Steeve Strange

Rachel McKinnon, a transgender cyclist, won first place at the Masters track cycling world championship, while simultaneously breaking the world record for the 200-meter cycling event for women age 35-39.

One of McKinnon’s former competitors, Jennifer Wagner-Assali, did not compete because Wagner-Assali felt that having a transgender in the race was ‘unfair’ to women.

Mckinnon challenged Wagner-Assali’s claim that transgender athletes have an advantage.

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