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Anonymous UPenn swimmer trashes Lia Thomas in interview after victories over Harvard


A University of Pennsylvania swimmer spoke anonymously with some critical words for teammate Lia Thomas, after the 22-year-old continued to beat her fellow swimmers at a meet at Harvard this weekend. 

The swimmer, who chose to remain anonymous, spoke to the Washington Examiner about the advantages Thomas has gained through her transition, especially after the USA Swimming team announced it will allow ‘non-elite’ athletes to compete in a way that is ‘consistent with their gender identity.’  

‘Women are now third-class citizens,’ the swimmer said, noting that Thomas was not as good a swimmer when competing against the men but thrived against women.  

‘Lia was not even close to being competitive as a man in the 50 and the 100 (freestyle events),’ she added. ‘But just because Lia is biologically a man, she is just naturally better than many females in the 50 and the 100 or anything that she wasn’t good at as a man.’   

Thomas, 22, continued to dominate in the pool on Saturday where…



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