Male tops U of Montana's women's cross-country team

For those who haven't been following, here's an update on the University of Montana women's cross-country team member "June" Eastwood, formerly known as Jonathan.  Not surprisingly, he has fared quite well against his weaker and slower female competitors this season, finishing first at the U of Montana's Invitational and second (by one second!) at the most recent Bronco Invitational.  But that's only to be expected, seeing that he was a top runner (see men's 5,000-meter results) for the U of M Grizzlie's men X-C and track and field teams as recently as 2017. 

I have the sneaking suspicion that his latest second-place finish was due to him "letting off the gas" toward the end of the race, seeking to minimize the negative publicity his winning yet again would have garnered, along with the outrage his female opponents must feel in having a male win every race against them.  It will be interesting to see what happens when he competes in the NCAA D1 championships, whether he again backs off at the end or instead decides to end his collegiate X-C career as the champion...of women.

Update:

Breaking news from the University of Montana's world of wokenesss: Biological male "June" (formerly Jonathan) Eastwood has been named the Big Sky Conference "Female" Athlete of the Week!
 
Yes folks, you read that right. A six foot tall, 165lb dude wearing women's running shorts was named Big Sky's "Female" athlete of the week.
 
However, you won't currently find this information on the U of Montana's website. Even their media release only states that he was named " athlete" of the week, not "Female" athlete of the week. Apparently they do not have the courage of their extremely twisted convictions.

For those who haven't been following, here's an update on the University of Montana women's cross-country team member "June" Eastwood, formerly known as Jonathan.  Not surprisingly, he has fared quite well against his weaker and slower female competitors this season, finishing first at the U of Montana's Invitational and second (by one second!) at the most recent Bronco Invitational.  But that's only to be expected, seeing that he was a top runner (see men's 5,000-meter results) for the U of M Grizzlie's men X-C and track and field teams as recently as 2017. 

I have the sneaking suspicion that his latest second-place finish was due to him "letting off the gas" toward the end of the race, seeking to minimize the negative publicity his winning yet again would have garnered, along with the outrage his female opponents must feel in having a male win every race against them.  It will be interesting to see what happens when he competes in the NCAA D1 championships, whether he again backs off at the end or instead decides to end his collegiate X-C career as the champion...of women.

Update:

Breaking news from the University of Montana's world of wokenesss: Biological male "June" (formerly Jonathan) Eastwood has been named the Big Sky Conference "Female" Athlete of the Week!
 
Yes folks, you read that right. A six foot tall, 165lb dude wearing women's running shorts was named Big Sky's "Female" athlete of the week.
 
However, you won't currently find this information on the U of Montana's website. Even their media release only states that he was named " athlete" of the week, not "Female" athlete of the week. Apparently they do not have the courage of their extremely twisted convictions.