Cyclocross Star Quits the Sport Due to Transgender Competitors!

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Tex Hollywood - March 25, 2023

Hannah Arensman is the latest victim of the women in sports losing to the biological men who have transitioned to women and who compete in the same sport, basically replacing women in their sports, because biological men are inherently stronger and more athletic, no matter the medical procedures they undertake to feminize themselves.

It's been a silly political point of contention, usually argued by people who don't actually participate in the sports. It gets a lot of people screaming "That's Transphobic" without realizing that it isn't transphobic at all. It's just saying, that these ladies have worked their butts off in their sports their entire lives, made huge sacrifices and losing to someone who decided to pick up the sport a few months earlier or after failing at the men's league, only to win, is pretty much "women-in-sports-phobic".

The 35 time winner, who you could argue has won enough and should make some room for the new participants in their new lives, is officially retiring because she can't physically compete anymore.

She lost to a transgender rider, she came in fourth placed between two transgender riders. You could say she is being a sore loser, or that she beat one of the two transgender riders so she's looking at this all wrong. Maybe she is just a bigoted transphobe.

Here is some of what she had to say:

Additionally, it is difficult for me to think about the very real possibility I was overlooked for an international selection on the US team at Cyclocross Worlds in February 2023 because of a male competitor.”

I feel for young girls learning to compete and who are growing up in a day when they no longer have a fair chance at being the new record holders and champions in cycling,

I have felt deeply angered, disappointed, overlooked, and humiliated that the rule makers of women’s sports do not feel it is necessary to protect women’s sports to ensure fair competition for women anymore,” she wrote in the filing."

Here she is back in 2016 after winning the Under 23, fast forward 7 years and she's walked from her sport she seemed so passionate about.

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