This week, a violent male criminal wins a female Parkrun title

An extremely violent male criminal holds the female Parkrun title in the UK.

Lauren Jeska, 41, was jailed in 2017 after repeatedly stabbing UK Athletics official Ralph Knibbs, 48, after he questioned her eligibility to compete as a woman.

Oxford alum Jeska was locked up with an 18-year prison sentence for the brutal acts on the UK Athletics head of human resources Mr Knibbs.

Mr Knibbs suffered life-threatening injuries in the attack using two knives at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium after Mr Knibbs has alluded to her titles being voided in a testosterone levels row.

But the Parkrun website still shows Jeska has the record for the Aberystwyth Parkrun, running the 5k in 17 minutes and 38 seconds.

The title remains and cannot be beaten by a female runner.

Across the pond a male cyclist stole first place in a New York City race.

Tiffany Thomas, 46, who was born male, ended the Randall's Island Crit cycling race atop the podium, blowing the competition out of the water to snatch first place.

Despite only taking up cycling in 2018, Tiffany quickly found success and has dominated competitions in the years since. She recently landed a place on top cycling team LA Sweat, where her oldest teammate is just 32.

Taking to Instagram following her latest triumph, Thomas said it 'was a great day to play bikes with friends'.

'Last race with our 2022 LA Sweat team kit. I’m not going to lie, sometimes it made me feel like a superhero when I wore it,' she continued in a separate post.

The result attracted many negative comments on social media where users are fed up with males claiming spaces and prizes meant for females.

Girls are being cast aside as woke officials celebrate males appropriating female stereotypes. They are qualifying for spots reserved for females, meaning for every male that qualifies, a girl’s dream, sacrifices and hopes for the future are squashed.

Long hair, name changes and pronouns do not magically transform a male into a female. Male bodies remain male bodies regardless of drug taking, surgeries or costume wearing. Allowing males to participate in female divisions is demoralising, unfair and in some sports unsafe.

Celebrating these males promotes the lie that a person can change sex. They cannot.