Biological male Lia Thomas dominates women in NCAA 500 Freestyle Championship victory

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Lia Thomas, a biological male who competes on the UPenn women’s swim team after taking estrogen for more than 30 months, won the 500 freestyle national championship over a field of biological females in Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday.

Thomas’ time of 4:33.24, a season-best for Thomas, was also the top 500 freestyle time in college swimming.

Emma Weyant, a biological female, finished behind Thomas with a  time of  4:34.99, and third place went to Erica Sullivan, who had previously won the silver medal at the Tokyo Games in the 1500-meter freestyle.

While taking the podium, fans in the crowd notable cheered louder for the second place finisher, Emma Weyant, than first place finisher Thomas.

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  1. The evil Republicans installed her into women’s sports to remind them that anything a woman can do, a man can do better. Lea may be a retard who has been embraced by other retards and we may fail to realize the public service he is doing by reminding all the gym ho’s that an ugly dude is stealing the show. If they truly want to be appreciated, they should be in the kitchen cooking dinner and raising babies.

    There. I fixed it.

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