Male NCAA Runner Named Conference Female Athlete Of The Week
The Big Sky Conference named University of Montana runner June Eastwood, a biological male who identifies as a transgender woman, the cross-country female athlete of the week.
â€śJune Eastwood finished second in a field of 204 runners at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational,â€ť helping â€śMontana place seventh as a team,â€ť the conference noted in its announcement Tuesday. Eastwood previously competed on the University of Montanaâ€™s menâ€™s team.
The University of Montanaâ€™s athletic director previously cited NCAA policy in explaining why Eastwood was competing on the womenâ€™s team. The NCAA allows male runners who identify as transgender women to compete in womenâ€™s athletics after suppressing testosterone levels for a full calendar year....
In addition to the worldly arrogance associated with the NCAA, pro sports is openly promoting LGBT behavior even though it is unnatural. Worth noting Deuteronomy 22:5 in times where the transgender movement is highly exalted.
Hell has once again, with all this ungodly foolishness, ENLARGED itself. This kind of ungodliness gives me nausea. These crazy people don't even know how sinful they are, or they are so full of arrogance and pride until they do know, but just don't care. Hell continues to enlarge.
""runner June Eastwood, a biological male who identifies as a transgender woman, the cross-country female athlete of the week.""
Absolutely ridiculous. The reprobate world is nuts!!
One aspect of the male that cannot be changed to "female" is the strength and muscle quality of the male.
Therefore this weirdo has cheated to win the award.
Quote:- "all other things being equal, the fastest men run on average about 10 per cent faster than the fastest women. In 1954, Roger Bannister ran the first sub-four minute mile. In 2002, the men's world record for the mile was 3.43.13 minutes and the women's record was 4.12.56 minutes. So then, men run faster on average than women and there are physiological reasons to think that this may always be the case." (Dr. William Reville. Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry)