Jonathan Eastwood was a top competitor in men’s cycling competition. But now, Eastwood is dominating the women’s competitions. Jonathan goes by the name, “June,” and finished second out of 204 runners at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational” and helped the University of Montana team place seventh. For that feat, Eastwood has been named the “Women’s Cross-Country Athlete of the Week,” edging out eight other actual females who compete in the sport.
Eastwood was the top male athlete for the University of Montana Grizzlie’s men X-C and track and field teams in 2017.
When actual girls complained, they were told, “The NCAA does not have a maximum testosterone level for its current policy. The current policy is being reviewed by our membership.”
So far, no one in the Big Sky State has protested this young giant of a man competing with the fairer sex in a physical competition.
[HT: Lifesite News]
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