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Rights Group Demands End to Sex Testing of Female Track Athletes

Por: The New York Times Sports December 04, 2020

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With the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics approaching in July, on Friday demanded that track and field officials halt sex testing of female athletes, describing the practice of measuring and restricting their natural testosterone levels as abusive and harmful.Sex testing has been a deeply contentious issue in sports for decades, but the dispute has been heightened since 2018, when track and field’s world governing body instituted its latest rules... + full article



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