Transgender UPenn Swimmer Who Competed Two Seasons as a Man, Shatters Women’s Records




Will “Lia” Thomas
Lia Thomas, a transgender UPenn swimmer who competed for two full seasons as a man before ‘transitioning’ into a female, shattered women’s records in Akron, Ohio over the weekend.
Thomas also finished one of the races 38 seconds ahead of the woman who finished in second place.

The New York Post reported:

In the finals, Thomas notched a winning time of 4:34.06 — good enough for a new Ivy League record.

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The swimmer continued smashing records on Saturday with a nearly 7-second victory in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:41.93 — representing the fastest finish in the country, the school said.
Over the weekend, Thomas also set a new program, meet and pool record in the 1650-yard freestyle.

[Thomas] finished that race in 15:59.71 — more than 38 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher, teammate Anna Kalandadze.

Here’s Thomas before he ‘transitioned’ into a woman so he could beat the crap out of women in swim meets:

“I’ve been a swimmer since I was five years old. The process of coming out as being trans and continuing to swim was a lot of uncertainty and unknown around an area that’s usually really solid. Realizing I was trans threw that into question. Was I going to keep swimming? What did that look like?” Lia Thomas said earlier this year.
A video of Thomas swimming this past weekend in Akron shows he’s ahead of his female opponents throughout the entire competition.

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What’s the point of having women’s sports if all the average men who are sick of losing against other men can magically ‘transition’ into women and dominate females?



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