Transgender cyclist accuses woman she defeated of ‘poor sportsmanship’ for failing to link arms

Transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon has accused rival Dawn Orwick of “poor sportsmanship” after winning her second world title.

McKinnon, 37, won gold in the 35-39 age category spint at the Masters Track World Championships in Manchester on Sunday, beating Orwick into second place.

On the winners’ podium, Orwick opted to hold her left arm behind her back rather than around winner McKinnon, prompting an angry response from the champion.

Source: Transgender cyclist accuses woman she defeated of ‘poor sportsmanship’ for failing to link arms – Mirror Online

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