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Governors ask NCAA to reconsider transgender athlete policy

  • Nine governors are urging the NCAA to revise its policy on transgender participation in sports, deeming it unfair to female athletes. They argue that allowing biological males to compete against biological females is scientifically proven to give males an advantage.
  • The governors highlight the case of University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines to illustrate the perceived unfairness. They argue that policies allowing men and women to compete against each other undermine the achievements of talented female athletes.
  • The governors emphasize the responsibility of the NCAA to create a fair environment for women's sports and protect the integrity of athletics. They suggest that the NCAA should make decisions that prioritize the well-being of all athletes.
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