Un gruppo di 322 nuotatori NCAA, Team USA e olimpici hanno firmato una lettera aperta a sostegno di Lia Thomas e di tutte le diversità
A group of 322 NCAA, Team USA and Olympic swimmers have signed an open letter to the NCAA in support of Lia Thomas and all trans and nonbinary athletes.
We sat down with Schuyler Bailar, the first openly trans NCAA DI male athlete, to discuss what being a trans athlete, and trans human, means
Pebley and Groves spoke out in support of trans inclusion, while Gabby DeLoof says it’s not fair for trans women to compete against biological females.
Le regole sulla partecipazione dei transgender stanno provocando molte reazioni nel mondo del nuoto. I commenti di Pebley, Groves e DeLoof
Thomas, a trans woman, discusses her experience transitioning into becoming a woman and competing for the University of Pennsylvania swim team.
In this video, Natalie Fahey, the first openly transgender woman to swim at the NCAA DI level, talks about her plans to transition thisB coming season while competing in men’s swimming.
Secondo il quotidiano britannico The Times, il CIO a fine anno emetterà le nuove linee guida che dimezzano il livello di…
According to British newspaper The Times, the IOC is expected to issue new guidelines halving the permitted level of testosterone allowed in female athletes eligible for women’s sporting events.
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.