Harvard swimmer Schuyler Bailar has been named to Out Magazine’s 2017 Out100, a yearly list of the most influential LGBTQ individuals.
The journey towards swimming for the Harvard men wasn’t always an easy one, and Schuyler initially postponed his enrollment at Harvard.
Nathan Adrian, whose mother is of Chinese descent, is featured prominently in the guide.
Harvard University’s Schuyler Bailar made headlines tonight while he was profiled by CBS Television Network’s “60 Minutes.” Bailar has been blazing the trail as the first ever openly transgender athlete in an NCAA Division 1 Men’s Sport.
Since joining the Harvard men’s swim team in the fall of 2015, Schuyler Bailar has been blazing the trail as the first openly transgender Division 1 NCAA Swimmer.
The Harvard Crimson men will open their season this weekend with a home meet against Bryant University, and the meet will also serve as the NCAA debut of Schuyler Bailar, the first transgender NCAA swimmer in recent history.
Eleven members of the Georgia LSC Athletes Committee sent us statements offering their opinions about adding transgender/mixed events to swim meets.
The relay team of Kathleen Baker, Caitlin Casazza, Elsa Welshofer, and Nora McCullagh posted a 3:34.37, breaking the 15-18 400 medley relay NAG record.
Carste Vissering is within reach of the National HIgh School Record in the 100 breaststroke after prelims of the Metro Champs.
Janet Hu, as part of the NCAP 400 medley relay, got her third National Age Group Record of the day at Winter Nationals.