Male Weightlifter to Compete in Olympics in Women’s Super Heavyweight Category

A biological male will be allowed to compete at an Olympics weightlifting competition in the women’s super heavyweight category.

Laurel Hubbard, a 43-year-old New Zealander, used to compete in men’s weightlifting but after REPEATEDLY LOSING he ‘transitioned’ in 2013 and now competes against women.

Hubbard has angered many in the weightlifting world in the last several years, and rightfully so.

Hubbard’s 2019 gold medal wins at the Pacific Games in Samoa sparked outrage.

Australia’s weightlifting federation unsuccessfully tried to block Hubbard from competing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

“If a man is just mediocre at a sport, he can ‘transition’ into a woman and become a gold medal champ over night.”

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