Is anyone bothered?
Just one man beating a woman in women's events negates the entire games for ever and ever.
You sound like a perfect candidate for Bowls...my whole life I have never been the fastest or strongest and have had to work extremely hard to just be in the 'mix' somewhere with occasional flashes of personal best performance taking me closer to the leaders but ,at least I was competing within a group who shared the majority of their physical characteristics for stamina, speed and strength
- I cannot imagine how demoralising it would be to be competing against someone who is physically and even chemically different with the advantages of longer limbs and genetically different muscle layout/groups. the only time I can remember a female having the physical advantage over me was sit-ups where women always seemed to be able to easily bang them out whilst my legs couldn't stay down unless anchored and there was huge strain on my thighs and stomach muscles whilst the females seem to be able to do it simply from their stomach muscles and a hell of a lot easier
I worry about how many young girls will simply not/stop competing just because they feel it is a complete waste of time or dont want a chick with a dick in their changing areas or to be in physical contact with them eg in a scrum
I genuinely dont want anyone to be picked on or 'left out' but human physiology is a medical fact and fairness should never be put aside to impact on the majority at the expense of the tiny minority
The only Olympic sport l watch is womens beach volleyball, a truly noble scantily clad sport.
She can balls up as much as she wants. She ticks most of the boxes and is there to stay. Today’s reality.someone called Alex - had to check elsewhere to confirm it was Alex Scott in a pair of windsocks. Apparently she has already had to apologising for talking about Team England.
Clare Balding and someone called Alex - had to check elsewhere to confirm it was Alex Scott in a pair of windsocks. Apparently she has already had to apologise for talking about Team England.