UPenn Trans Swimmer Sets Female Pool Record at Ivy League Championship

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Transgender UPenn swimmer Lia Thomas, born a biological male, set a new record during a women’s Ivy League Championship Thursday.

Thomas steamrolled his/her biological female competition by a wide margin in the 500-yard freestyle, and took a full 7-second break before fellow UPenn swimmer Cather Buroker made it to the finish.

UPenn proudly shared footage of Thomas’ victory on Twitter, using the hashtag #FightOnPenn.

Thomas also broke a record last year at the Zippy Invitational Event in Akron, Ohio, where s/he beat out his/her biologically female competitor by 38 seconds.

The trans swimmer has been at the center of controversy regarding his/her participation in NCAA events, with fellow teammates complaining last month that Thomas doesn’t properly cover his male genitals while changing in the locker room.

“It’s definitely awkward because Lia still has male body parts and is still attracted to women,” the unidentified swimmer told The Daily Mail.

The NCAA has left the transgender issue up to each sport’s governing body, in this case USA Swimming, which allows athletes “to experience the sport of swimming in a manner consistent with their gender identity and expression.”

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