Biologically male cyclist Rachel McKinnon won a women’s world championship Saturday.
McKinnon, representing Canada, won gold for the sprint event in the women’s 35-39 age category at the 2019 Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester, England.
McKinnon told Sky News in an interview that aired Friday that it would be unfair if the cyclist was kept out of women’s events.
“So, if we want to say, that I believe you’re a woman for all of society, except for this massive central part that is sport, then that’s not fair,” McKinnon said.
McKinnon said in a tweet Sunday that a “real champion” would accept biologically male athletes competing in female athletics. (Read more from “Man Wins Women’s Cycling World Championship” HERE)