British Cycling BAN transgender women from racing in female competition to ‘safeguard fairness’

British Cycling have banned transgender women from racing in the female category at all events to ‘safeguard the fairness of competition’.

The national governing body’s new policy ends transgender rider Emily Bridges’ dream of competing for Great Britain or Wales in women’s races and puts pressure on the sport’s international federation, the UCI, to strengthen their own rules.

British Cycling will change their current men’s category to an ‘open’ category, where transgender women can compete against other male-born riders, while the female category will be reserved for those who were female…

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