Eligibility rule keeps transgender runner out of trials
Transgender runner CeCe Telfer will not be allowed to compete in the women’s 400-meter hurdles at U.S. Olympic trials because Telfer has not met the conditions World Athletics established in its eligibility regulations for certain women’s events.
Telfer competed for the men’s team at Division II Franklin Pierce, but took time off, then came back to compete for the women’s team. In 2019, Telfer won the NCAA title.
Telfer was entered in this week’s trials but was ultimately not allowed to compete because of guidelines World Athletics released in 2019...