TRANSGENDER BOYS DOMINATE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS AT STATE TRACK MEET

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Equality strikes again

Two transgender high school students took home first and second places in the 100-meter dash at a girls’ state track meet in Connecticut Monday.

One of them, Bulkeley sophomore Terry Miller, broke records in both the 100 and 200-meter events, the latter spanning back to 1997.

Just last year during the winter indoor season, Miller had raced as a boy.

The runner-up 100 meter transgender runner, Andraya Yearwood from Cromwell, also won the Class M sprint titles last year, despite never undergoing hormonal treatment.

The victories have prompted a look at how gender affects sports in the state, where gender identity is recognized.

The Connecticut Post spoke to one of the losing female students, but she didn’t seem too upset she lost to biological males.

“To be honest, I think it’s great they get a chance to compete and as long as they’re happy, I guess, there’s not that much I can do,” said RHAM High School student Bridget Lalonde, who finished third place in the 100 meter race. “The rules are the rules. The only competition is the clock. You can only run as fast as you can.”

Lalonde also came in second against Miller in the 200 meter race.

Miller attempted a sweep by winning the 400 meter race as well, but faltered and placed fourth.

The winner of the 400, Newton High School’s Carly Swierbut, told The Post she didn’t have a problem racing against transgender students.

“Quite honestly, I just focused on me,” Swierbut said. “I know how to run this race. I just focused on the lane in front of me and didn’t worry about anybody else.”

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