British Cycling became the latest sports governing body to ban transgender women from competing in the female category of competitive events on Friday, tightening its rules around participation to “safeguard the fairness” of the sport.
- British Cycling says the female category is for those whose sex was assigned female at birth and transgender men who are yet to begin hormone therapy
- Trans cyclist Emily Bridges slammed the decision
- The organisation apologised to trans and non-binary people for the uncertainty during a nine-month policy review
Announced after a nine-month policy…