When people say that trans inclusion in sports is a tricky issue, they are right, but generally for all the wrong reasons. And it's mostly only tricky because the current binary division of athletics into men and women's sports is kind of ridiculous. As much as I don't really care for combat sports, splitting divisions into weight bands seems like an approach that could be applied to other sports.
And frankly, sorry IAAF, but how is any kind of hormone therapy fundamentally different to the advantages given to athletes who have access to more resources for training? More money for coaches, equipment, TIME to train? All of these things are used to sculpt the body too, but I never see any bellyaching about the distribution of resources to athletes due to their wealth (or wealth of their representative institutes).
@NecroTechno Or people like Michael Phelps who just happen to produce an abnormally low amount of lactic acid in their muscles.
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