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Riley Gaines Says U.S. Engaged in 'Spiritual Warfare' Over Trans Athletes

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Trans people belong in sports. Policies must begin with the presumption of full inclusion & provide a pathway for participation in all levels of sports. debate has become a serious concern for sporting bodies around the world, who have the tough task of accommodating the wishes of the two underrepresented groups.Gaines repeated claims at the Turning Point conference that after tying with Thomas for 5th place—which she said was "kind of impressive"—the NCAA decided to give the trophy to Thomas.When Gaines first made the claims, the NCAA did not comment publicly.

However, in a tweet, she claimed the organization in October updated its rules regarding ties so that the older athlete takes the trophy on the day.

According to the NCAA website, it updates its swimming and diving rules every two years.After Lia Thomas and I tied last year at our NCAA championships where they gave the trophy to Thomas specifically for "photo purposes", the NCAA created a new guideline that states what to do for a tie. @NCAA lacks leadership and accountability.

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