After banning most trans women from the female category, World Aquatics is testing a new category.
Albiero has been on the US Swimming National Team. He is now talking more about being a gay athlete representing the USA.
A gay, one-time college swimmer writes about how one beer years ago started her on a long road that finally led to ‘healing and accepting the parts of myself that I drowned in alcohol.’
In an interview on The Trans Sporter Room, Henig gives a deeper glimpse into his transition in and out of the pool.
Henig talks about coming full circle in a New York Times op-ed.
The Ivy League swimmers were both at the center of one of the biggest stories in all of sport in 2022.
The out Australian diver’s upset gold medal win in the 2008 Summer Games is one of the greatest moments in gay sports history.
Soren Dahl swam in the 2016 Olympics and won two NCAA titles for NC State.
After Nathan Holty started coming out to teammates in high school and college, he saw his confidence soar and his performances improve.
Thanks to the bullying he received after coming out, Gunning did not travel back to visit Jamaica for four years.
Lia Thomas is one of 577 nominees for the prestigious award.
Dan Jervis chose to come out just a month before one of his biggest races of the year.
FINA says trans women will not compete in the female category if they’ve experience puberty, will create an ‘open’ category.
Lia Thomas would be only the second out trans woman to compete at an Olympic Games.
Lia Thomas won a national title, then had two poorer showings in finals. Everyone is claiming they were vindicated.
Based on his life on the Israeli swimming team, Kaldeon’s film explores the pressures of competition and living one’s truth.
There is lots of information, and falsehoods, shared about Penn swimmer Lia Thomas.
Outsports is tracking trans swimmers Lia Thomas and Iszac Henig at the NCAA Women’s Swimming Championships.
Thomas is the first trans athlete to win an NCAA Division 1 national title.
The conversation can continue after Lia Thomas, Iszac Henig and everyone at the NCAA Swimming Championships get on to the action, please.
For the first NCAA trans student-athletes to reach a Division I championship event, the road was long, twisty and worth it.
Thomas gives personal insight on the last few months headed to Ivy Championships, the NCAAs and beyond.
They will be the first out trans athletes to compete at a Division 1 championship meet in NCAA history.
Thomas and Henig each had record-setting performances in the Ivy League Championships.
Lia Thomas won the women’s 500-free at the Ivy League Championship, setting a pool record.
Thomas has endured public attacks while the Ivy League and Penn remained silent for too long.
Thomas can now compete in the NCAA championships, provided she falls in line with pre-existing NCAA rules.
Conference notes NCAA policy for current year only applies to NCAA championships.
The NCAA has said it will defer its trans policies to governing bodies. League championships are in two weeks.