FINA says trans women will not compete in the female category if they’ve experience puberty, will create an ‘open’ category.
Trans cyclist Emily Bridges has been kept out of competition. Now UCI responds with new regulations effective July 1.
Trans cyclist Emily Bridges gives powerful interview, wants to see a trans-inclusion policy in cycling now
In the ITV interview, Bridges says anti-trans statements by British PM Boris Johnson led to threats against her.
Lia Thomas would be only the second out trans woman to compete at an Olympic Games.
Yu Ishino became on of the world’s most prolific pro wrestlers under the name Kagetsu before retiring in 2020.
Digit Murphy was criticized for supporting a group that wants access to sports for trans women, with transition requirements.
Team Trans Hockey member and senior editor talks about hockey’s place in her journey on the Trans Sporter Room.
The trans pioneer ends up third in class in comeback from first-race DNF in her first-ever race weekend in the U.S.
Journalist Danielle McLean recently wrote an op-ed about the special place her women’s hockey league plays in her life as an out trans woman.
The trans trailblazer will take the green flag in Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America.
The two-time world track cycling champion talks about sports, speaking out and self care on The Trans Sporter Room.
Hamilton will compete with the England Universities Sport Women’s soccer team.
Lia Thomas has ignited a debate over trans inclusion in college sports. She’s not the first or last to compete.
Lia Thomas won a national title, then had two poorer showings in finals. Everyone is claiming they were vindicated.
Cycling’s world governing body made a call and ignored a critical IOC principle in the process
The trans cyclist won a national title in the male category a few weeks ago. Her debut in female cycling now waits.
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.
Joanna Harper is part of a group looking to study transgender athletes as they transition.
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.
The perspective of people on the inclusion of trans women in women’s sports isn’t easily defined by ideological labels.
For the first NCAA trans student-athletes to reach a Division I championship event, the road was long, twisty and worth it.
In 2015, she was Iowa City High’s first out trans student-athlete and says more will come despite the passage of a trans-athlete ban.
Thomas gives personal insight on the last few months headed to Ivy Championships, the NCAAs and beyond.
While most trans women aren’t winning major titles, here are 10 athletes who have broken through with success.
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.