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El gráfico muestra datos sobre algunas atletas transgénero que han calificado o podrían ser escogidas para competir en los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio.
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TOKIO 2020

La levantadora de pesas transgénero Hubbard es seleccionada para Tokio

July 23, 2021 - August 8, 2021 - La neozelandesa Laurel Hubbard se ha convertido en la primera atleta transgénero seleccionada para competir en los Juegos Olímpicos. En una decisión polémica, fue escogida para formar parte de la selección de halterofilia de Nueva Zelanda en Tokio 2020.

Hubbard was among five weightlifters confirmed Monday in New Zealand’s team for Tokyo. At 43, she will also be the oldest weightlifter at the games, and will be ranked fourth in the competition on Aug. 2 for women 87 kilograms and over, AP said.

Hubbard won a silver medal at the 2017 World Championships and gold in the 2019 Pacific Games in Samoa. She competed at the 2018 Commonwealth Games but sustained a serious injury that set back her career.

Hubbard transitioned eight years ago at the age of 35. She has since met all of the requirements of the International Olympic Committee’s regulations for trans athletes and fair competition.

The IOC policy specifies conditions under which those who transition from male to female are eligible to compete in the female category.

Among them is that the athlete has declared that her gender identity is female and that the declaration cannot be changed, for sporting purposes, for a minimum of four years.

The athlete must also demonstrate that her total testosterone level is below a specific measurement for at least 12 months prior to her first competition.

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PUBLISHED: 21/06/2021; STORY: Graphic News
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