These Girls Are Hurt by Transgender Competition

Commentary Alanna Smith’s dedication to her sport is profound. Just listening to the elite high school track star explain her training schedule is exhausting. Yet no matter how hard she trains, if she has to compete against biological males, she stands no chance of winning. “There is simply a biological advantage that males have over females,” explained the daughter of baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Lee Smith. “Here is a perfect example,” Smith told me. “I have a twin brother who is an athlete but does not run competitively for his sports. We raced against each other recently, and he beat me. Not because he trained harder, but because there are biological and physical advantages boys have over girls in some sports.” Smith, who set high school and county records as a short-distance track runner the moment she stepped on the field as a freshman at Danbury High School in …

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