After losing to males NCAA to allow trans Juniper Eastwood to compete against females

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We have covered the NCAA allowing more and more trans to compete in sports before. CeCe Telfer was allowed last year to compete and set records for division 2 females. Now Eastwood is set to run division 1.

A Biological Male is setting female NCAA records

Now the NCAA has sanctioned another biological Male to run against females

The difference between Eastwood and her teammates on the University of Montana’s cross-country team is the testosterone-suppression and estrogen pills she takes as part of her training regimen.

Eastwood was assigned male at birth, but identifies as female. She’s transgender.
On Aug. 31, the 22-year-old will compete in a cross-country meet in the women’s division for the very first time. She’ll be the first Division I trans athlete to compete in her sport.
“(I’m) nervous and excited. Nervous for what that means and how people will react, but excited because I haven’t competed in 15 months, and excited to get this started,” Eastwood told the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.

Eastwood is a Belgrade High School graduate and has been competing in men’s cross-country and track since middle school. She was a standout athlete in high school and won state titles in multiple men’s races. She earned athletic and academic scholarships to attend UM.

The Washington times

When will women stand up to the growing trend that men are taking over their sports. When will the NCAA stop this madness from happening?

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