Ivy League Swim Meet Has Surprises: Penn Swimmer Transitioning to a Girl Gets Beat by Yale Swimmer Transitioning to a Guy

Ivy League Swim Meet Has Surprises: Penn Swimmer Transitioning to a Girl Gets Beat by Yale Swimmer Transitioning to a Guy


This Ivy League women’s swim meet between Penn, Yale and Dartmouth had some surprises.   

Penn has a dominant swimmer on its women’s swim team, Lia Thomas.  Thomas is a male swimmer who is transitioning to a female and therefore is on the women’s swim team.  But she was no match for Yale swimmer, Iszac Henig, who is transitioning to a man.

The Daily Mail reports:

Transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas was crushed twice in a women’s swim meet by another transgender competitor who is transitioning from female to male – first in the 100-yard freestyle, where she placed fifth, and then again in the 400-yard freestyle relay.

Earlier, at the meet where UPenn competed against Dartmouth and Yale, Thomas won the first

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