Trans Woman Smashes Four World Records and Wins Nine Events in Women’s Weightlifting Tournament
It’s the end of women’s sports as we know it.
For the second year in a row, transgender wrestler Mack Beggs won the Texas girls’ Class 6A 110-pound wrestling division. Beggs is in the process of transitioning from female to male and taking testosterone. Mack won the title last year too.
In October 2018 trangender Dr. Rachel McKinnon (in the middle) became the first ever transgender world champion in a womens cycling event.
In March 2017, Laurel Hubbard, a 39 year-old transgender who was born male, won her first international women’s weightlifting title in Australia breaking four national records in the process.
Last week two trans athletes won 1st and 2nd place at the Connecticut state indoor track championships.
And this week a trans woman shattered four women’s records in one day and won nine out of ten events at a single tournament.
Mary Gregory smashed four women’s weightlifting records and won nine out of nine events at a single tournament—as fresh a male-to-female transgender. But not everyone was so happy with that.
Gregory competed as a recently transgendered female at the 100% Raw Weightlifting Federation competition in Zion Crossroads, Virginia on May 27, and crushed four records in Masters world squat, open world bench press, masters world deadlift, and masters world total, Yahoo Sports reported.
She jubilated her victory on Instagram last Monday, and thanked the organization for its leniency as it comes to adhering to fair-play regulations.
Democrats call this “progress.”