New Zealand’s former weightlifter questions fairness of transgender competing

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    As New Zealand’s transgender athlete Laurel Hubbard gets permission to compete as a woman, Tracey Lambrechs, the country’s former Olympic weightlifter, says female athletes are being told to ‘be quiet’ over any issues they have about transgender people participating in women’s competitions, and thinks the rules should be evolving just as the sport is.

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