Transgender ‘woman’ Craig Telfer who previously competed as a man has become a National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA track champion running as CeCe Telfer
The loony Liberal Left is finding out the hard way that surgery does not ‘change your gender’, and that a hormone regimen does not miraculously change you from a man to a woman. Politics never trumps science, and bullying cannot overcome biology. Such is the case with Craig Telfer who just beat a bunch of women to steal the NCAA 400-Meter hurdles championship. That’s right, I said he stole the title, he did not in any respect of the word ‘win’ this race. People now are outraged, and rightly so.
“But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female.” Mark 10:6 (KJV)
When God made men and women, He made them to be complimentararily different, meaning one had something the other needed and together they became whole. Men and women are not equal, and neither can they ever be equal. Men will always be faster and stronger, and there is nothing you can do to change that. When Craig Telfer took some hormones, changed his name to cece, added fake breasts and put on makeup he did not ‘become a woman’. To say that he did is a grievous insult to women everywhere. You would have to be an idiot to think that was true, but guess what? We now live in the age of idiots and idiocy where you magically become whatever you want to ‘identify’ as.
Look at the photo in this article up at the top, look at the expressions of disgust on the faces of the real women that Craig is competing against. They know it’s not fair, he knows it’s not fair, anyone with a functioning brain would agree with that. Before he became ‘Cece’, Craig Telfer was absolutely mediocre as a runner, now as a fake woman he’s suddenly a champion. We cannot possibly survive as a culture if this type of nonsense is allowed to take root and become the norm, it is sheer lunacy.
Transgender ‘woman’ who previously competed in the men’s division wins women’s national title in the 400-meter hurdles at NCAA championship
FROM DAILY MAIL UK: CeCe Telfer clinched the women’s 400-meter hurdles national title at the 2019 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships for Franklin Pierce University on May 25. Her triumph has been surrounded by controversy as many in the running world express concerns that transgender athletes competing in women’s sports may have an unfair advantage.
Telfer completed the course with a stunning time of 57.53s, with the second place opponent trailing far behind with a score of 59.21s. She also earned All-American First Team honors with a fifth-place finish in the 100m hurdles earlier in the day.
2016: Craig Telfer is ranked 200th
2017: Craig Telfer is ranked 390th
2018: Craig Telfer ‘transitions to female’
2019: CeCe Telfer is national championhttps://t.co/KHXaIjhYvo pic.twitter.com/Uoy72PCqkR
— Adam Ford (@Adam4d) May 31, 2019
Telfer’s coach Zach Emerson praised his team member’s performance, saying: ‘It was tough conditions out here with the wind and the heat over the last three days but, as she has over the last six months, CeCe proved herself to be tough enough to handle it.
‘Today was a microcosm of her entire season; she was not going to let anything slow her down. I’ve never met anybody as strong as her mentally in my entire life.’ Telfer was born and raised as Craig and competed on the men’s team at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire from 2016 to 2018, even though she personally identified as a woman.
In the 2016-2017 season, Telfer was not even in the top 200 male athletes in her event.
Her last competition as Craig was in January 2018, when she finished eighth in a field of nine in the Men’s 400 meters at the Middlebury Winter Classic in Vermont. After that race Telfer resigned from the men’s team and underwent gender reassignment surgery before joining the women’s team that October.
Under NCAA guidelines male athletes are eligible to compete as women if they suppress their testosterone levels for a full calendar year. Before the year-mark, they can compete on mixed-sex teams in the men’s division but not the women’s.
Telfer’s couch Emerson claims that the vast improvement she is displaying this current season versus the previous three comes down to the increased effort she’s put in.
‘She’s been been incredibly motivated this year and I think the transition one million percent had something to do with that. It’s like night and day as far as what she was willing to do as an athlete and how committed she was,’ Emerson said.
Telfer’s most recent championship, which made her Franklin Pierce University’s first gold medalist in the event, has reignited the debate over whether issues surrounding transgender athletes are being handled fairly.
Robert Johnson broached the topic in a column for Let’sRun.com, writing: ‘The fact that Telfer can change her gender and immediately become a national champion is proof positive as to why women’s sports needs protection.
‘Telfer ran slightly faster in the 400 hurdles competing as a man (57.34) than as a woman (57.53), even though the men’s hurdles are six inches taller than the women’s hurdles.
‘Yet when Telfer ran 57.34 as a man, she didn’t even score at her conference meet — she was just 10th at the Northeast-10 Outdoor Track and Field Championships in 2016. ‘Now she’s the national champion.’ READ MORE
Watch As Fake Woman ‘Cece’ Telfer Steals The Race In Overpowering Moment
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