Two days after filing a federal against Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) for permitting boys to compete against girls and win awards, Chelsea Mitchell defeated a biological male who had won numerous titles in girls’ events.
Mitchell won the Class S 55-meter dash in 7.18 seconds, defeating biological male, Terry Miller, who came in at 7.20 seconds.
The Daily Mail reports, “Mitchell also came first in the 300-meter dash, while Miller was 16th, and Mitchell won the long jump.”
The Hartford Courant reports, “There was no interaction between the two before or after the race.”
Miller stated in June of 2019:
“I have faced discrimination in every aspect of my life and I no longer want to remain silent. I am a girl and I am a runner. I participate in athletics just like my peers to excel, find community, and meaning in my life. It is both unfair and painful that my victories have to be attacked and my hard work ignored.”
Watch the race here:
A CALL TO ACTION
Bringing you discernment news and commentary from a biblical, polemical perspective means it is tough out there on social media. We’re constantly getting kneecapped and constrained by tech companies who find our fidelity to the scripture and pursuit of truth to be intolerable, resulting in our reach being severely throttled.
For this reason, we ask you please consider supporting us a few different ways. The first, by liking and following our new Facebook page, our home where we share new posts and interact with our members. The second, by following and retweeting our Twitter page. The third, by signing up for our newsletter below.
And last, through direct support. You can catch our free weekly episodes of the Polemics Report by subscribing at BTWN. If you like what you hear and desire to hear more, you can get the VIP full-length version for only $5.95 per month on Patreon. Also, you get other freebies for additional monthly pledges.
Subscribe to us on Patreon here and support our ministry.
Stay informed. Subscribe Today.
When you subscribe, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contacts to ensure that your newsletter doesn’t go into your spam folder.
Enter your email address below…