- Olympian, Commonwealth Games gold medallist has joined transgender debate
- Jane Flemming argued athletes born male had physical advantages over women
- The track and field champion, 55, argued this made sport unsafe for women
‘The difficulty is that for the human species that’s been born biological male, if they go through puberty in particular, they have, absolutely, have some physiological advantages,’ she told the ABC’s 7.30 program.
‘Whether it is bone strength or extra capillarisation or larger muscle bulk, but then there are other aspects of that as well, not only does that affect performance but there is a health or a danger aspect.’