Transgender hurdler who just won NCAA women’s national championship: ‘Me competing against cisgender females is a disadvantage’ (VIDEO)


You might recall CeCe Telfer of Franklin Pierce University — a college hurdler born male but now competing as a female — who last month won an NCAA women’s national championship, taking the 400-meter hurdles by more than a second.

Telfer — formerly known as Craig — as recently as January 2018 ran with the Division II school’s men’s track & field team. Telfer started going by the name CeCe while competing with the men before transitioning to women’s competition. Telfer is the New Hampshire school’s first women’s track & field champion.

Telfer just told ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” that “if anything, me competing against cisgender females is a disadvantage” – READ MORE

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