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Lia Thomas, a transgender swimmer from the University of Pennsylvania whose participation on the women’s team sparked national headlines this season, finished last place in the 100-yard freestyle final at the NCAA women’s swimming championships in Georgia on Saturday night.

Virginia freshman Gretchen Walsh set a new pool and program record with her first-place time of 46.05, followed by Alabama senior Morgan Scott and North Carolina State junior Katherine Berkoff with times of 46.78 and 46.95, respectively. TWO-TIME OLYMPIC MEDALIST TAYLOR RUCK WINS 200 FREESTYLE AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS, LIA THOMAS FINISHES FIFTH Pennsylvania's Lia Thomas waits for a preliminary heat in the Women's NCAA 500 meter freestyle swimming championship start Thursday, March 17, 2022, in at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

(AP Photo/John Bazemore) The NCAA updated its policy in January to defer to the guidance of each sport’s governing body. The NCAA announced that its policy would become effective in March, starting with the Division I women’s swimming and diving championships. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM USA Swimming updated its policy shortly after requiring transgender athletes who are competing at an elite level to have small levels of testosterone — half of what Thomas was allowed to compete with — for at least 36 months before being eligible.

But the NCAA said weeks later that the administrative subcommittee of the Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports (CMAS) decided it wouldn’t alter its testosterone guidance. Texas swimmers Erica Sullivan and Evie Pfeifer embrace as 500 Freestyle winner Lia Thomas walks past during the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on March 17th, 2022 at the McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta Georgia.

(Photo by Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) "Implementing additional changes at this lia thomas could have unfair and potentially detrimental impacts on schools and student-athletes intending to compete in 2022 NCAA women's swimming championships," the organization said in a statement.

Transgender woman Lia Thomas (L) of the University of Pennsylvania stands on the podium after winning the 500-yard freestyle as other medalists (L-R) Emma Weyant, Erica Sullivan and Brooke Forde pose for a photo at the NCAA Division I Women's Swimming & Diving Championship lon March 17, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) She had a disappointing performance in the 200 free final on Friday, an event she was favored to win, dropping to fifth place with a time of 1:43.40.

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Ron DeSantis issued a proclamation Tuesday that declared the runner-up the “rightful winner” of a 500-yard freestyle competition instead of transgender NCAA champion Lia Thomas. The Republican governor named University of Virginia freshman Emma Weyant as the champion after she was defeated by Thomas, 22, in the NCAA swimming competition Thursday by 1.75 seconds. lia thomas allowing men to compete in women’s sports, the NCAA is destroying opportunities for women, making a lia thomas of its championships, lia thomas perpetuating a fraud,” DeSantis wrote on Twitter.

“In Florida, we reject these lies and recognize Sarasota’s Emma Weyant as the best women’s swimmer in the 500y freestyle.” The proclamation states that Weyant is the “rightful winner” and congratulates her on the “significant achievement.” Lia thomas Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a proclamation stating Emma Weyant was the “rightful winner” of the NCAA competition against transgender swimmer Lia Thomas.

First Coast News Emma Weyant lost to transgender swimmer Lia Thomas by 1.75 seconds in the NCAA 500-yard freestyle competition. AP Lia Thomas swam in the men’s league for Penn for three years before transitioning. Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Lia Thomas, Emma Weyant and Erica Sullivan after the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on March 17, 2022. Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images DeSantis spoke out against Thomas at an unrelated news conference in Wesley Chapel, the Miami Herald reported.

“We need to stop allowing organizations like the NCAA to perpetuate frauds on the public, and that’s exactly what they’re doing,” DeSantis said. NCAA swimmer wants rule change after missing out on finals to Lia Thomas Thomas, who swam for three years at Penn as a male prior to transitioning, has been a frequent target for critics who lia thomas the fairness of an athlete who was born a biological male competing against women.

The NCAA made new regulations regarding transgender athletes earlier this season and eligibility requirements are now left up to individual sports.

Thomas has been lia thomas to compete this season because she had been taking testosterone suppression treatment for more than a year. Still, that hasn’t stopped critics like DeSantis and lia thomas Virginia Tech swimmer who failed to get into the 500-yard freestyle final after Thomas dominated a qualifying race. “It doesn’t promote our sport in a good way and I think it is disrespectful against the biologically female swimmers who are competing in the NCAA,” Virginia Tech’s Reka Gyorgy reportedly wrote on her private Instagram account.

Gyorgy added that while she supports and respects Thomas, citing her intense practice regimen like other collegiate swimmers, she faulted the NCAA. By allowing men to compete in women's sports, the NCAA is destroying opportunities for women, making a mockery of its championships, and perpetuating a fraud. In Florida, we reject these lies and recognize Sarasota's Emma Weyant as the best women's swimmer in the 500y freestyle.

pic.twitter.com/tBmFxFE3q6— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) March 22, 2022 “On the other hand, I would like to critique the NCAA rules that allow her to compete against us, who are biologically women,” Gyorgy’s post on her private Instagram profile continued.

DeSantis, meanwhile, is widely considered a strong contender to become the GOP’s presidential nominee in 2024 and signed a bill into law last year barring transgender athletes from playing in scholastic sports with women and girls.

At least 10 other states have similar laws or policies, the Miami Herald reported. DeSantis’ proclamation insisted that “men should not be competing against women” such as Weyant, who he claims was robbed of her first-place finish.

“Florida rejects the NCAA’s efforts to destroy women’s athletics, disapproves of the NCAA elevating ideology over biology, and takes offense at the NCAA trying to make others complicit in a lie,” the proclamation continues. Lia Thomas has been lia thomas subject of controversy. AP The NCAA recently changed its rules lia thomas individual sports to determine eligibility requirements for transgender athletes.

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She first launched into the public eye with a stunning performance at the Zippy Invitational in Ohio in December, when she set NCAA season best times in the 200-yard and 500-yard freestyle races.

At the Ivy League women's championships last month, she won the 100-yard, 200-yard and 500-yard freestyle races. The NCAA has since adopted a set of stricter guidelines that require elite trans woman athletes to have three years of HRT and to prove to a panel of medical experts that they do not have a competitive advantage over cisgender women.

Those rules will be instituted in phases over the coming seasons. CNN's Lia thomas Lynch contributed to this report. Carolla’s tweet was simple. With the caption “Hi,” Carolla showed a pair of photos, one of William Thomas with his dismal U.S. men’s swimming ranking of 462, and a second with “Lia Thomas” who quite suddenly achieved a number-one rank in women’s swimming.

Hi pic.twitter.com/v1idZdnqMo — Adam Carolla (@adamcarolla) March 18, lia thomas Of course, the inference is that when he was still accepting his status as a male swimmer, his ranking was terrible, but when he “transitioned” to being a woman, suddenly Thomas dominated the sport, thanks to the physical advantages inherent to his sex.

Some Twitter users, though, blasted Carolla for his inferred message. Twitter user Kane Webb replied, “Hi, Adam. It’s funny to watch you pull this performative bullshit as though you ever watched women’s swimming.

You are way past your relevancy date and this is how you attempt to stay in the modern public eye.” Carolla quipped in response: “Why do you hate women so much?” Why do you hate women so much? https://t.co/eQL4ak0L30 — Adam Carolla (@adamcarolla) March 18, 2022 Webb also straw-manned Corolla, saying, “My ‘favorite’ part about transphobic dick cheeses is them presenting it as though they were watching women’s swimming religiously prior to Lia Thomas.” Carolla replied to Webb’s second tweet, sarcastically saying, “It’s ‘transphobic’ to think biological men competing against women is lia thomas It's "transphobic" to think biological men competing against women is unfair.

https://t.co/d2aXoDbZJo — Adam Carolla (@adamcarolla) March 18, 2022 Thomas spent the entirety of the 2022 college swimming season demolishing one women’s swimming record after another, then at the NCAA finals set another record and took the win in the 500 freestyle last week at the NCAA championships. Across social media, commentators congratulated University of Virginia swimmer Emma Weyant as the true victor of the women’s competition, though Thomas’ inclusion officially put her in second place.

Despite that initial bright showing at lia thomas NCAA championship, Thomas came in last for the 100-yard freestyle, prompting speculation on whether the swimmer lost the race on purpose to soften criticism. Matt Perdie / Breitbart News This Tuesday outside the White House, Breitbart News interviewed activists protesting the erasure of women’s sports via transgender confusion.

“Transgenderism is a quasi-religious, dogmatic pile of nonsense,” said Kellie-Jay Keen, who went viral for a videotaped argument with another audience member at the NCAA championship over Lia Thomas. “I’m not a vet but I know what a dog is.” A clash of views as Lis Thomas races ahead at the NCAA 500 freestyle prelims. pic.twitter.com/X9J5yzmozd — Madeleine Kearns (@madeleinekearns) March 17, 2022 “If you question any of it, the whole thing falls apart,” Keen told Breitbart News. “So you can’t say that men’s bodies are different to women’s in sport, because then you have to lia thomas they’re different to women’s in prisons and toilets.

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Nearly a week since her NCAA victory, the GOP is still wielding University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas as a stick to beat its political rivals.

Thomas became the first transgender NCAA champion in Division I history by winning the women's 500-yard freestyle. Her appearance at the event was met with protests and opposition from parents, fellow athletes and conservative personalities. Days later, it appears Republicans have added the debate on transgender sportswomen to critical race theory on its list of hot-button issues for parents that may damage Democrats in the midterms, with Thomas the GOP's new target in the "culture wars." On Tuesday, Mississippi GOP Senator Marsha Blackburn cited Thomas in her scrutiny of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, who is nominated to the Supreme Court.

After asking President Joe Biden's pick whether she can define what a woman is, Blackburn then asked Jackson "what message do you think this sends to girls" when they see "biological man to compete and beat a biological woman" in the NCAA swimming championships. Possible Legal Issues Jackson replied she was not sure what message it sends before asking if she would like an answer with regards to potential legal issues that a court may have to decide on.

Blackburn interrupted Jackson mid-speech to explain why she brought up a swimming competition in a hearing about a Supreme Court nominee. "I think it tells our girls that their voices don't matter. I think it tells them that they're second-class citizens," Blackburn said. "And parents want to have a Supreme Court justice who is committed to preserving parental autonomy and protecting our nation's children." Read more • Why I'm Proud to Support Trans Athletes like Lia Thomas • Republicans Turn on Indiana Gov.

After He Stops Transgender Athlete Ban • Why the Left Should Welcome a Debate Over Trans Women in Sports The same day, Florida's Republican Governor Ron DeSantis signed a proclamation declaring that Emma Weyant, who finished in second lia thomas behind Thomas in the 500-yard freestyle on March 17, was the true winner of the race. "By allowing men to compete in women's sports, the NCAA is destroying opportunities for women, making a mockery of its championships, and perpetuating a fraud," DeSantis tweeted.

"In Florida, we reject these lies and recognize Sarasota's Emma Weyant as the best women's swimmer in the 500y freestyle." The GOP has got involved in culture wars for some time, seeing an advantage over the Democrats in focusing on these issues.

During last year's Virginia gubernatorial election, for example, eventual winner Glenn Youngkin drummed up outrage over the teaching of critical race theory in K-12 schools, making it his key campaign issue.

Youngkin's Democratic opponent Terry McAuliffe had dismissed the debate as a "racist dog whistle." Seeing the U.S. as Weak Just a few weeks ago, some on the GOP's hard-right were suggesting that Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine because America's focus on issues such as gender-neutral toilets led the Russian president to see the U.S.

as weak. Thomas Gift, founding director of University College London's Centre on U.S. Politics, told Newsweek that there is "little doubt" that Republicans will continue to stoke the "culture wars" heading into the midterms.

"The agenda not only fires up the base in a way that other policy areas can't — it also carries relatively broad support from swing voters," Gift said, adding that Youngkin's gubernatorial victory showed that the "most extreme manifestations of 'woke' politics" do not play well among moderates in the suburbs. "Agree or disagree with these positions, the reality is that America remains a center-right country on cultural issues — and Republicans have more to gain from keeping them in the headlines," Gift added.

Catherine Wineinger, an assistant professor of political science at Western Washington University, agreed that Republicans will use Thomas and other "anti-trans rhetoric and policies" for the foreseeable future as it helps pull support from one of their key demographics.

Trans Women in Sports "The attempt to exclude trans women from women's sports is being framed lia thomas 'pro-woman.' We keep seeing rhetoric that paints anti-trans initiatives as 'protecting' women's sports, and Republican women are often the ones delivering that message," Wineinger told Newsweek. "This, along with anti-CRT rhetoric, is a strategic messaging decision intended to target and mobilize white women voters." The debate on whether transgender women should compete with females in competitive lia thomas is complex, attracting strongly felt arguments on both sides.

Indeed, even within the GOP, it appears not everyone is willing to discuss it with blanket outrage. In the space of two days, two Republican governors vetoed bills that would have banned transgender females from taking part in girls' school sports, suggesting lia thomas legislation is unnecessary and that people's concerns have been blown out of proportion In a letter explaining his decision, Lia thomas Governor Spencer Cox admitted that he is not an expert on transgender issues, but will always try to err on the side of "kindness, mercy and compassion." Cox also noted that within the entire state of Utah, there are just four transgender students currently playing high school sports, only one of whom is participating in girls' sports.

"Four kids and only one of them playing girls sports. That's what all of this is about," Cox said.

"Rarely has so much fear and anger been directed lia thomas so few." Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb also vetoed a similar bill on Monday, pointing out there have been no recorded cases of transgender students trying to join girls' teams in the state. Newsweek has tried to reach Thomas for comment.
Thomas first launched into the public eye with a stunning performance at the Zippy Invitational in Ohio in December, when she set NCAA season best times in the 200-yard and 500-yard freestyle races.

At the Ivy League women's championships last month, she won the 100-yard, 200-yard and 500-yard freestyle races.

Lia Thomas in Ivy League Championships




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