"Cyclist Rachel McKinnon, a biological male who presents as a woman, won the women’s world championship on Saturday, and set a women’s world record in the qualifying event.
McKinnon, a Canadian philosophy professor at the College of Charleston, won the same event in 2018. In a Friday interview with Sky News, McKinnon said that attempts to level the playing field for women’s sports by discriminating against transgender athletes was the equivalent of 'denying their human rights.'
On Sunday, McKinnon tweeted 'I have yet to meet a real champion who has a problem with trans women. Real champions want stronger competition...'"
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