Mother, award-winning track athlete and high school track coach Cynthia Monteleone has filed a complaint with the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights and state education and high school athletic officials in Hawaii.
Shortly after filing the complaint she watched as a transgender athlete, a male, easily won while racing against female competitors. She told Save Women's Sports that the athlete had only started running track a couple of weeks before the event. Her daughter has been training for years for her debut a freshman.
Cynthia says, "In my eyes, my daughter won her race."
Cynthia Moneteleone and her Daughter
Watch as a transgender athlete, a male competing with females easily wins.
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U.S. Dept. of Education Office of Civil Rights
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