Trans women retain 12% edge in tests two years after transitioning, study finds | Sport | The Guardian

A groundbreaking new study on transgender athletes has found trans women retain a 12% advantage in running tests even after taking hormones for two years to suppress their testosterone. The results, researchers suggest, indicate the current International Olympic Committee guidelines may give trans women an “unfair competitive advantage” over biological women.

Source: Trans women retain 12% edge in tests two years after transitioning, study finds | Sport | The Guardian

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