Transgender Runner ‘Wins’ Women’s Events, Race Times Would Have Put Him in Last Place against Men

A male transgender runner claimed “victory” after winning three women’s events during a college championship meet over the weekend.

However, the race times of the runner, Sadie Schreiner, show he would have come dead last if he competed against men.

At the Liberty League championship meet (Division III) on Saturday, Schreiner, a male who claims to be a “trans woman,” recorded a time of 55.07 in the 400 meters and 24.14 in the 200 meters.

Schreiner, of the Rochester Institute of Technology, was declared the “winner” in both events.

However, those times would have been last in the men’s races at the same meet.

Yet, according to the site that lists the results of the meet, Schreiner’s times were new school records in the women’s category.

The 200-meter time is now a Liberty League conference women’s record.

The time beat Schreiner’s own previous record of 24.50 set earlier this season.

Schreiner was also the anchor leg of the 4×400 that won by nearly three seconds.

The team was in fourth place when Schreiner received the baton, but he ran the fastest anchor leg of the race.

His leg was clocked at 54.91 seconds, by far the fastest anchor leg of the race.

The runner, real name Camden Schreiner, didn’t enjoy any success competing on the boys’ team when he attended Hillsborough High School in New Jersey.

However, after growing his hair long and switching to the women’s team, he started smashing records and became a “champion.”

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Earlier this season, Schreiner also set a women’s school record in the 300 meters at the Nazareth Alumni Opener Invitational, running a 41.80.

Schreiner’s 4×100 team finished in fourth.

In a recent post on Instagram, Schreiner claimed he does not have an “automatic advantage” as a male, despite his race times proving otherwise.

“Out of all the hate that’s been shared of me ‘cheater’ is the most common word used,” Schreiner wrote.

“In my eyes, the discussion of trans inclusion in athletics shouldn’t even be a debate…

“As more research is done the more evident this becomes.

“There’s a reason I’m only as fast as I was in middle school, and the only variable that’s changed over my 9 years of running is my medication…”

“Even as Olympic studies prove the disadvantages of trans athletes it’s not enough.

“Policies are being changed before research is done and the only way to stay educated in this process is to talk to the few trans athletes that are competing and hear their stories, bring them into the conversation.

“The only way to make an educated decision on a small handful of athletes is to hear their voice, not speak for them.”

Six states sued the Department of Education last week over the overhaul of Title IX.

The new rules from Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration give transgender athletes more protection while hurting the rights of real women.

In April, five middle school students forfeited a shot put event due to the inclusion of a trans athlete.

They were suspended for another meet because of it.

READ MORE – Equal Employment Commissioner Goes Rogue: New Federal Transgender Rules Place Women’s Workplace Rights ‘Under Attack’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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