The beginning of a rebellion? Virginia Tech swimmers say their final spot has been stolen

William “Leah” Thomas

Is this the beginning of rebellion?

Trans swimmer “Leah” Thomas became the NCAA champion in the women’s 500 freestyle at the NCAA Swimming Championships this weekend.

William “Leah” Thomas

William Thomas was a bad swimmer who never won a medal so he decided to play costume and introduce himself as a woman – and now he is a champion!

Female swimmers snap “Leah” Thomas on stage this weekend when she crushed the girls at the swimming pool.

The public was outraged by Leah Thomas’ ‘victory’ and now it seems that a real revolt could be created among the female swimmers.

Virginia Tech swimmer Reka Giorgi says her final spot was stolen from her by transgender competitor William “Leah” Thomas because “the NCAA’s decision is to allow someone who is not a biological woman to compete.”

WOW: Virginia tech swimmer Reka Giorgi says Leah Thomas stole her final spot from her because ” @NCAAThe decision to let someone who is not a biological woman compete. ” pic.twitter.com/vrtEfqZ0LW

– Mary Margaret Olohan (aryMaryMargOlohan) March 20, 2022

Reka Georgie calls on NCAA to change its rules regarding transgender swimmers:

I am writing this letter at the moment in the hope that the NCAA will open their eyes and change these rules in the future. It doesn’t promote our sport well and I think it’s biologically disrespectful to women swimmers competing in the NCAA.

I know you can say that I got a chance to swim fast and get into the top 16, but this situation makes it a bit different and I can’t help but be angry or sorry. It hurts me, my ears and the other women in the pool.

A place was snatched from the girl who got 9th out of 500 free and did not return to a final to prevent her from becoming an All-American. The transgender athletes who competed in each event were stripped of a place from the biological women throughout the meet.

I ask if NCAA takes the time to think about all the other biological women in swimming, try to think about how they would feel if they were in our shoes. Make the right changes for our sport and for a better future of swimming.

“I am writing this letter at the moment in the hope that the NCAA will open their eyes and change these rules in the future. It doesn’t promote our sport well and I think it’s biologically disrespectful to women swimmers competing in the NCAA. ” pic.twitter.com/VfRweTJczL

– Mary Margaret Olohan (aryMaryMargOlohan) March 20, 2022

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