The biological male swimmer at UPenn Lia Thomas, formerly Will Thomas, 22, smashed TWO US women’s records in weekend competition. Thomas finished one race 38 seconds ahead of him/her nearest rival.
Thomas broke two swimming records at an Akron, Ohio contest. The bio male won the women’s 1,650 freestyle in a record time of 15:59.71 beating the closest rival Anna Sofia Kalandaze by 38 seconds. Thomas regularly breaks records.
In the 500 freestyle, Thomas beat everyone by 14 seconds.
This bio-male ruined it for women for many years to come.
As we reported, bio-male Thomas competed in an event between Princeton and Cornell.
His success as a woman comes after competing as a man for three years up until November 2019.
The NCAA allows this if the bio-male uses testosterone suppression treatment for a year. However, men are just built bigger and stronger. The NCAA didn’t bother to consider that.
In high school. Thomas was a star swimmer — AS A MAN! He’s ruining women’s swimming, singlehandedly.