Olympians voice considerations over influence of gender reform on girls’s sports activities
Two former Olympians have voiced their considerations over the integrity of feminine sporting classes amid proposals to reform Scotland’s gender recognition course of.
Former aggressive swimmer Sharron Davies and former marathon runner Mara Yamauchi visited Edinburgh on Thursday to attend a For Ladies Scotland convention.
Each spoke of their disappointment at not being invited as feminine athletes to present proof at Holyrood’s Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice committee, which is presently scrutinising the laws.
The committee took proof final month on the proposal’s influence on sport, listening to from sportscotland and Leap Sport Scotland.
Ms Davies mentioned she “completely”