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Maine ‘Trans’ High School Runner Dominating Girls Track, Rising From 172nd to 4th

Maine ‘Trans’ High School Runner Dominating Girls Track, Rising From 172nd to 4th

“As the girl who often came in tenth, this really bothers me.”

As if we needed more proof that failed male athletes become transgender to compete in female sports to rise to the top.

Have you noticed that 99% of these trans athletes are male to female? I think Yale had a female-to-male swimmer.

And no one does anything about it.

The latest case takes place at Maine Coast Waldorf High School. Last year, sophomore Soren Stark-Chessa ranked 172nd among male runners in the 5k division in the state.

Stark-Chessa “transitioned.” Now, he is ranked 4th in the female division.

Outrage exploded when he competed against females at the Maine XC Festival of Champions.

Stark-Chessa placed 5th.

Last year as a male? Stark-Chessa finished 206th. He only finished one minute faster this year, from 19:04 to 18:11.

The Maine Principals’ Association allows transgender student-athletes to compete in the other sex’s sport due to its “Gender Equity and Inclusion Policy.”

The student-athletes must submit medical, legal, and school records.

The association and high school told Crisis in the Classroom that Stark-Chessa went through the process before the meet.

It’s not the first transgender track athlete controversy in Maine. Katherine Collins, a high school track mom from Winterport, spoke to Fox & Friends:

“It’s all a matter of unfairness. The men are bigger, stronger and faster than women,” Collins said.

She also criticized the Maine Principals Association for allowing the transgender runner to compete based on its “Gender Equity and Inclusion Policy.”

“Obviously, there is an unfair advantage, but they’ve allowed this. Last year, in outdoor track, in the Class-C state meet, two boys participated. One podiumed and was moved on to the New England track meet. So a girl was put aside and not allowed to medal and not allowed to participate in a higher level because of this boy,” Collins explained.

Collins explained that Stark-Chessa didn’t place 1st because one school has the top female track athletes in the country:

“The only reason that this boy did not win the meet on Saturday is because Greene has some of the strongest female athletes in the nation. The first two girls who finished the race on Saturday…the first-place winner ranks number 8th in the country and the second-place winner ranks number 15th in the country. If it wasn’t for these top-ranked girls who are faster than most girls in the whole United States, this boy would have won the entire girls’ cross-country meet,” Collins said.


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He’s pretty bad if any woman beats him. A 25yo woman has the aerobic capacity of a 50yo man.

    Martin in reply to rhhardin. | October 5, 2023 at 2:40 pm

    I ran CC in high school in the misty past when it was not as popular as it is to day. The started everyone together. No matter how bad my day was going my only unwavering goal was not to lose to a girl and I never did.

      diver64 in reply to Martin. | October 5, 2023 at 5:11 pm

      I was middle to slightly less on the cross country team in high school. We didn’t race the girls but sometimes the boys and girls would run together in practice. All of the boys were faster than the girls. When I joined the military I got stronger and finished 3rd in our Division cross country championships and managed a 4:10 mile, ran a marathon then settled on 10k as I got bored running distance. Men get stronger into their 20’s.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | October 5, 2023 at 2:25 pm

I think Yale had a female-to-male swimmer.

It was Harvard, I believe (I saw a documentary about her – she was recruited as a female swimmer but then decided to pretend she was a guy). She eventually switched to the men’s team and said that her goal was not to come in last in every race.

Women have always been allowed to compete in male leagues … if they could compete. But the fact is that women are not competitive with men in any sport (save drag racing, interestingly). Women have tried to play in PGA tournaments. Women have tried out for NBA teams (the Nancy Lieberman joke of decades ago).

We don’t let women try to compete in men’s boxing or things like that because they would get killed if a guy just unleashed on them.

Men’s leagues have always been “open”. It was only women’s leagues that were closed spaces. Even guys who are the same size as women are not allowed to compete with the women because they would destroy them.

The fact is that world record women times and athletic abilities are about on par with high level male high school equivalents. That’s the cold, hard fact. Serena was the greatest woman player ever, but as John McEnroe accurately pointed out, she would only be about #600 or #700 on the men’s tour. That would still be quite an outstanding accomplishment but it is what it is. It was almost comical how the tennis world collectively blew a gasket when McEnroe said that (and McEnroe loves Serena and thinks she is the greatest ever … female player).

    Actually, you’re both right.

    “Schuyler Bailar ’19 is excited about being excited about the future. More than four years ago, during a gap year in which he came out as transgender, he was uncertain whether there was a future for him. A star swimmer in high school, Bailar was recruited by Harvard to swim on the women’s team, but he postponed his enrollment to deal with an eating disorder that he later found out was masking a gender identity issue.”

    Babe did in the 40’s. Last I remember was Michelle Wie who tried 8 and made the cut in 1. Lincicome played in one and came in 129th out of 132. The problem was not the short game, accuracy off the ter or putting, it was power off the tees and long fairways which is what you would expect.

    The best female boxer vs Tyson right now. In his 50’s it would be a brutal thing to watch. Rogan was correct in his criticism of males vs females especially in combat sports and pointed right at that secret tranny Fox cracking the skull of a female. Not fair by any means

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | October 5, 2023 at 2:33 pm

My mistake. You are correct that it was Yale. A NY Post article from January:

Iszac Henig, a transgender male, joined Yale’s men’s swimming team after finishing last year as an All-American female swimmer.

Henig wrote that during a meet in November among 83 swimmers, he finished in 79th place.

“I wasn’t the slowest guy in any of my events, but I’m not as successful in the sport as I was on the women’s team,” Henig wrote.

The four people to finish behind Henig, according to OutKick, were a swimmer born without a left arm and three others who specialize in the breaststroke.

We should just call them “cheats” (nothing to do with gender). They know they have an grossly unfair advantage.
Oxford Dictionary- Cheat – “act dishonestly or unfairly in order to gain an advantage, especially in a game or examination.”

Sorry girls – if you participated in this race, you’re guilty of allowing this garbage by legitimizing it.

AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | October 5, 2023 at 2:50 pm

Cop out statement:

“And no one does anything about it.”

The only people who can do anything about it are the other competitors. If every single girl refused to participate, then it figuratively and literally becomes a one “man” show.

If they are not willing to stand their ground, shut the f up. End of story.

    ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to AF_Chief_Master_Sgt. | October 5, 2023 at 3:01 pm

    The girls should certainly protest and complain about the guy being allowed to run with them (and if they don’t then they deserve to lose to him) but they should not expected to drop out, themselves. That is too much.

    They should protest. their parents should protest. THey should sue. THey should harass the school, the administrators, the school board, the politicians who support this insanity. But the question is, how many of these girls (and their families) support all of this gender lunacy (though maybe not in their one own little event? Anyone who supports any bit of the gender madness has no leg to stand on fighting any of this, but someone who does oppose the gender idiocy (all of it) should not have to bar herself from her own sport when it’s not going to do anything, anyway.

    In simpler and saner times, a bunch of fathers would have worked it out so that the guy was unable to run in the race …

      AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to ThePrimordialOrderedPair. | October 5, 2023 at 3:08 pm

      I agree with most of your comment. However, the last paragraph is what I agree with wholeheartedly.

      A little Corleone justice, a few broken kneecaps, and a stern reminder of what more could happen will make these fairy princes disappear.

      Not that I condone injury to anyone.

        Big old and fat (admitted here already) AF_Chief_Master_Sgt should enter the race. Every single trans would leave him in the dust. Imagine having to live the rest of your sorry old life knowing that every single trans running now can beat you in any race.

          AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to JR. | October 6, 2023 at 12:13 am

          Fûck you JR. I said I was large. I didn’t say I was fat and out of shape.

          Your retired ass sits in a chair all day talking about racism, KKK, insults, and how everyone wants to kill everyone else.

          What a sad fûcking life you live. I would kill my self if I woke up every morning as you.

          You may have so much time on your hands to bitch, moan, and complain because no other person can stand to be in your presence.

          What a sad lonely life you must have.

          Your comment/ “Since I retired from practicing law (because you failed to be proficient at it) I have read soooooo many books I didn’t get a chance to read because I was soooooooo busy being a prosecutor defense counsel super masturbater. Bullshït. It’s because no one will spend any time with you in your retirement home. Even the people in the day room can’t stand it when you walk in.

        I condone your suggestion. The crap needs to end, now.

      AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to ThePrimordialOrderedPair. | October 5, 2023 at 9:20 pm

      An example of the proper way to handle this. Don’t play the game.

      Walk out.

      The only way to win is not to play.

You go ‘boy’! To do something about it….unlady like, but how ’bout you fed up females wait at the finish line with some tree branches and when one of these boys come by, thrash his little prissy carcass good and hard until he quits and agrees to get better. Then find the school adm who allows this farce and do the same to him/her/it. You’ll get media attention and lots of girl power copiers.

This is objective proof that men who say they are women are still men.

That’s why “objective proof” is no longer accepted as a standard. Now it’s all “lived experience” and “emotional truth.” Usually just pseudonyms for lies.

This helps explain why Bud Light is selling so well in Maine.

I guess one response to Riley Gaines’ question is: Bruce Kaitlyn Jenner. But it hurts my head to figure whether that response is actually correct. (He ranked higher as a man than he would now as a woman.)

Women have pushed for equality for decades. Isn’t this equality? I suppose women only want equality when it benefits them.

While I don’t like the men competing against women, it’s time women stop being two faced about the whole equality issue.

I would make it a requirement that to compete in women’s sports any trans must have it chopped off. If you have the meat, you can’t compete!