In an interview with Sky News, world champion transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon responded to fellow female cyclists who say its “unfair” to biological women for a transgender to compete in women’s sports.
Rachel McKinnon, a biological male, dominated at the Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester over the weekend.
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McKinnon set a women’s world record on Saturday for the 35-39 sprint, won a 200m gold medal and then complained about how unfair it would be if he was excluded from competing against biological females.
WATCH the interview here: