A Trans-Identified Male Was Driving In The Women’s Category Of A Major Cycling Competition In North Carolina – What Happens At The End Will Make You Sick

In recent years, discussions surrounding transgender athletes have become increasingly prominent in the world of sports. The inclusion of transgender individuals in athletic competitions has raised questions about fairness, competitive advantage, and gender identity. The latest controversy revolves around Austin Killips, a transgender cyclist whose victory in the Women’s Waffle North Carolina race has ignited a passionate debate within the cycling community and beyond.

Killips transitioned to male and subsequently decided to compete as a transgender man in women’s cycling events.

The transgender cyclist, won the Women’s Waffle North Carolina race on Saturday, sparking huge controversy.

During the 137-mile race today, Killips quickly took the lead in the female division, as demonstrated by highlights offered by Unroad UNLTD through Instagram.

Immediately after the race began, Killips seized first place, leading Unroad UNLTD to report only on the second and third-place female riders for the first two updates in their monitoring of the women’s category.

But what is even more sickening is the fact that Austin Killips was 5 minutes ahead of the female cyclists when closing in on the finish.

Video below:

Unroad UNLTD announcers referred to Killips as a “female” and a “woman” throughout their check-ins.

There are reports that the second and third-place bikers were absent from the podium!

This is not the first time Killips has placed first in a women’s race.

In May, Reduxx reported that Killips had placed first in the Tour of the Gila, an internationally known top-tier cycling competition. Notably, the 2022 Tour was the first in the competition’s history where the prize money for both the male and female categories was equal. But following Killips’ win, two biological males walked away with the prize pots.

Disturbingly, Killips had previously been accused of attempting to push female cyclist Hannah Arensman off the racing course at the UCI Cyclocross National Championships in December of 2022.

One Twitter user shared a video of the incident that shows Killips trying to “put Arensman into the tape.” The user said it was one of at least three such attempts to push her off course, but the only one recorded on video, and had said Killips should have been disqualified for that move alone.

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Natalie Washington

Natalie D. is an American conservative writer! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot," and does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do," drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington.She is a "constitutional conservative".

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