Another male has stolen first place and prize money from women in sport, this time in cycling. The 27 year old male, Austin Killip, won the prestigious race and took home $35,000.
Austin Killips (Amy D Foundation) won the fifth and final stage of the Tour of the Gila women's race on Sunday, sealing the overall victory in the process.
Already wearing the leader's jersey to start the stage, Killips broke clear of the peloton in a small group in the final few minutes of racing on the "Gila Monster" stage, which took riders 110.9 km (65.9 miles) from Silver City to Piños Altos.
Killips then surged away to win the stage at the top of the third-category finishing climb.
You can watch him boast about his win here:
Biological man who came 1st 🥇 place in women’s cycling race has won $35,000 prize.— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) May 1, 2023
Austin Killips won the Tour of the Gila cycling championship in New Mexico earlier this week.
Killips finished 89 seconds ahead of his closest competitor, a woman and was awarded with the… pic.twitter.com/RmLICgxi0I
Swimmer Riley Gaines, who is a warrior for women in sport posted this video from another event Killip participated in where he gets off his bike to push another competitor off her bike.
You mean the same Austin Killips who competes against the women and went out of his way to push a female cyclist off her bike mid race causing her to ultimately quit the sport all together? Oh, word. https://t.co/1wKOop9yiX pic.twitter.com/o4JcsZCo9B— Riley Gaines (@Riley_Gaines_) April 26, 2023
Males are males. They are born male and remain male regardless of any ways they attempt to appropriate womanhood. Name changes, pronouns, hormones, surgery and costumes do nothing to negate the fact they are still males.
Males participating in female sporting divisions make a mockery of womanhood. What is the point of having female divisions if males can participate in them?
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