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Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas fails in challenge to rules that bar her from elite women’s races

  • Lia Thomas, a transgender swimmer, cannot compete in the Olympics due to losing a legal battle against participation rules.
  • Thomas appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, claiming the rules were invalid, unlawful, and discriminatory.
  • The appeal was rejected due to a technicality as Thomas was no longer a member of US swimming, making her ineligible for Olympic competition.
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