Man places 390th in men's hurdles, calls himself female, snatches women's NCAA national title

When normal people thinking normal thoughts read that a man named Craig Tefler "took home the women's 400-meter hurdles national title" at the 2019 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships, they conclude that he stole it.  In our brave new world, where Craig goes by "CeCe" and calls himself a woman, things are a little different. Legal Insurrection has the video: This appears to be the first NCAA win for a man pretending to be a woman.  Legal Insurrection notes that prior to competing against women, Craig "Cece" Tefler "competed against men with mediocre results," finishing 200th and 390th in the (men's) 400-meter hurdles. Stories like this tend to use language like "dominated" and "crush" to describe how women fare against their new male competitors.  Maybe this explains why the NCAA guidelines on athletes competing with...(Read Full Post)
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