The true ladies of the swim team at the University of Pennsylvania are not taking losing to a man who thinks he’s a woman lying down. One member of the team used the power of observation to connect some disturbing dots between the man who thinks he’s a woman and the woman who thinks she’s a man on that squad.
A biological female member of the University of Pennsylvania women’s swimming team said she believes her transgender teammate Lia Thomas collided with a Yale transgender athlete so she could lose to prove a point, according to a report.
Thomas, who has been shattering women’s team records, has become a lightning rod as her story has gained national attention in recent months. She previously competed as a man for three seasons at UPenn.
Her biological female teammate told OutKick on condition of anonymity that she believes Thomas and Henig hatched a plan during the recent meet.
“Looking at [Lia’s] time, I don’t think she was trying,” she told the outlet. “I know they’re friends and I know they were talking before the meet. I think she let her win to prove the point that, ‘Oh see, a female-to-male beat me.’”
Every swimmer has a bad day every now and then, but to be nowhere close to a personal best time does send up red flags.
Henig won the 100 freestyle race with a time of 49.57 seconds. Thomas touched the wall in 52.84 seconds – though she swam the 100 freestyle in 49.42 seconds during a November tri-meet with Princeton and Cornell, OutKick reported.
Given that Thomas does not have the normal female equipment that would explain a bad day at certain times of the month, it is worth considering why three seconds were added in such a race.
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