Caitlyn Jenner Defends Her Views On Banning Transgender Women From Female Swimming Events | GMB

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Since announcing (earlier this year) the launch of her racing team, Caitlyn’s ‘Jenner Racing’ team has gone from strength to strength! They currently lead the ‘W Series’ Championship standings, thanks to British driving legend, and two-time ‘World Champion’, Jamie Chadwick. And ahead of Jamie, and the team, taking to the track at Silverstone this Friday/Saturday, both Caitlyn and Jamie join us in the studio. And with Caitlyn massively vocal on trans rights in sport, does she feel FINA’s recent decision should make its way into motorsport?

Broadcast on 29/06/22

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