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Transgender Cyclist Who Set Women's World Record Wouldn't Have Qualified For Men's Championship

Transgender Cyclist Who Set Women's World Record Wouldn't Have Qualified For Men's Championship | 21 Oct 2019 | Rachel McKinnon is a professional Canadian cyclist who was born a biological male, but now identifies as a female. According to Union Cyclist Internationale Masters Track Championship rules, McKinnon therefore is allowed to compete against women instead of against men. McKinnon has previously claimed that being born a male but racing against women is not only fair, but a human right for transgender individuals. McKinnon won a second Women's Sprint World Championship over the weekend, but the Canadian's qualifying time for this competition would not have even been fast enough to qualify for the men's championship.