oxymoron wrote (see)
not being very good at something doesn't prove that you haven't got an unfair advantage though, does it?
candy ollier wrote (see)
LOLpresumably you do have an advantage in racing against women though? (unless you're as crap as me or oxy)
presumably you do have an advantage in racing against women though? (unless you're as crap as me or oxy)
That's the argument that the UKAA always bring out when a woman such as me comes long. (LOL).
About average female muscelature, but with a heavier sceletal mass. Result..? Best I can manage is about halfway up my catagory - or slightly above halfway on a really good day.
Ask any of the girls that I train with about unfair advantage and they'll laugh.
Is that reading the daily Mail, or....?
Although as a Trans Woman, ironically the two main groups that I get crap from these days, are Gay men and the UKAA...
Not sure what to make of that.....(LOL)
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