Feb 18, 2019 -- 11:37PM, saddo wrote:
It's good to see how huge organisations deal with this kind of thing. The trannies and freaks are not going down too well with real females generally.
And women should kick up a stink about it
Hope this puts to bed women competing in the mens game? although the BBC will continue to ram that rubbish down peoples throats no doubt
Feb 19, 2019 -- 8:53AM, dave1357 wrote:
Someone posted elsewhere that Caster Semenya is an anagram of "yes a secret man". Sometimes I really do think we are living in scripted simulation.
These people are nicely hidden in their hideouts, but one of these days its got to bloody stop surely?
Feb 19, 2019 -- 11:54AM, GoBallistic wrote:
I don't agree with what the IAAF is trying to do here i.e. they are arguing it's ok for Semenya and the others with physical male traits / male testo levels to compete in female athletics as long as they take testo-reducing medicationWhile that should overcome the problem of them dominating their events (and did in Semenya's case) there is something not quite right with athletes being obliged to dope to compete. Are they saying she could fail a dope test if she forgets to dope ?
But according to the liberal minded "testosterone" is a myth when it comes to performance?
Feb 19, 2019 -- 12:13PM, CLYDEBANK29 wrote:
I have sympathy with Semenya's situation, but when 10,000 people are compromised significantly, instead of one person, it's the one person that should be compromised.
Reminds me of the mother watching her son in the army parade, exclaiming "look they're all out of step except my Johnny"
Feb 19, 2019 -- 12:13PM, darren_discombobulates_sports wrote:
the case for Semenya is she hasn't dominated women's athletics completely, she failed to qualify for the World Champs in 2013, didn't qualify for the 800m final in 2015, 3rd in 2017 1500m and has no World records. Her best 400m time is around 2 seconds behind the best time in 203rd place, her best 800m time is around 1 second behind the record in 4th place and her best ever 1500m time is almost 10 seconds off of the top in 356th place. Then you think how far off her best times are compared to the men and they are of course much further. Just putting it out there
Which makes it more hilarious
"she" can't even get the records in the womens athletics
I wonder if that messes with "her" pride and ego?
Feb 19, 2019 -- 12:21PM, CLYDEBANK29 wrote:
I'm sure 9 out of 10 people would agree that Semenya shouldn't be able to compete as things stand, but I still think it's likely she's going to win this case.