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Only 1/3 of Americans believe trans athletes be allowed to compete on teams matching their gender identity

Chris Mosier began competing in triathlon in 2009 as female, but identified as a transgender man one year later. In 2015 he earned a spot on the Team USA sprint duathlon men's team for the 2016 World Championship, making him the first known out trans athlete to join a U.S. national team different from his sex at birth



Only a third of Americans believe transgender athletes should be allowed to compete on teams that don’t match the sex they were assigned at birth, a new poll found.

Gallup’s annual Values and Beliefs survey — conducted May 3 – 18 by telephone interviews with 1,016 randomly selected adults living in the US — showed that 62 percent said transgender athletes should only be allowed to play on sports teams that correspond with the sex they were assigned at birth, while 34 percent said they should be allowed to play on teams that match their gender identity.

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