This means that the transgender American college swimmer Leah Leah, who has expressed her hope for an Olympic qualification Lia Thomas will not be allowed to compete in women's Olympic swimming. However, the rules do not apply to national swimming associations or the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) events, where Thomas recently won gold in the 500-meter freestyle.
Swimming management bodies in various countries, including British Swimming, need to decide whether to implement FINA's policies within the photo restoration service association; British Swimming told the BBC Sports Department that it will review the relevant regulations before reviewing the content. make a comment. FINA executive director Brent Nowicki said the agency's drafted policy was "comprehensive, science-based and inclusive, and importantly, FINA's approach emphasizes fairness in competition." .
Chairman Musharan said that FINA welcomes every athlete, and the establishment of the "open category" will mean that anyone can have the opportunity to participate in top-level events, "I want all athletes to have a sense of belonging and be able to participate in this process. generate ideas". AP21245640921972 Photo Credit: AP / Dazhi Image International Swimming Federation President Husain Al-Musallam 71% approval rating, described as "the first step towards full integration" for trans athletes The new policy,