Biological male runner wins women's 1,500m event in Canada

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A biological male has won a masters division female running event in Canada.

50-year-old Tiffany Newell came in first place in the W50 1,500m race at the Canadian Masters Indoor Championships over the weekend, with the race being open to women aged 50 to 54, according to the Daily Mail.

Newell clocked a time of 05:07.611, coming over one minute faster than Newell’s only competitor in the division, Catherine Weber, who clocked a time of 06:19.358.

The victory comes a year after Newell set a new Canadian record in the 5000m race in the women’s 45-49 age category, finishing with a time of 18:02.30.

That record was ratified this year by Canadian Masters Athletics under the rules set forth by World Masters Athletics, according to Running Magazine.

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