Share via Email This article is over 2 years old The IOC has relaxed rules governing pre-surgery transgender athletes taking part in the Olympics in time for the Rio Games later this year. International Olympic Committee medical officials said on Sunday they changed the policy to adapt to current scientific, social and legal attitudes on transgender issues. Meanwhile, male-to-female transgender athletes will need to demonstrate that their testosterone level has been below a certain cutoff point for at least one year before their first competition. The guidelines, first reported by Outsports. Budgett said there were no plans for the guidelines to be sent for approval by the IOC executive board.
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With a history marked by division and discrimination, it looks like things could be about to get a whole lot more complicated for female athletes, after the International Olympic Committee announced changes to its transgender policy. Transgender athletes will now be allowed to compete in the Olympics without having to undergo sex reassignment surgery. Achieving eligibility to compete in male competition is now easy - you just have to say you are male. Whereas eligibility to compete in female competition is subject to a number of tests for hormone levels.
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Already a promising tennis player in the mens circuit, Richards underwent gender reassignment therapy in and started playing in women's tournaments a year later. Her discovery and the resulting media frenzy sparked protests. Richards refused to take the test and was banned from the US Open. The judge agreed that the Barr body test as the sole determinant of sex was "grossly unfair" and ruled Richards legally female. The report listed three conditions for participation.
A physician certifies that the student has had appropriate clinical treatment for transition to the reassigned sex, or iii. A physician certifies that the student is in the process of transition to the reassigned sex. Cheerleading is a coed sport. No student shall be required to utilize the private facilities. The school shall collect the following for the participation ruling: