Man From New Zealand Wins Women's Pacific Games Weightlifting Gold Twice - And Silver - Granite Grok

Man From New Zealand Wins Women’s Pacific Games Weightlifting Gold Twice – And Silver

Laurel Hubbard - Transwoman Weightlifer - Image Washington TImes

The Identity Politics Left’s destruction of women’s sports continues. This time it’s at the 2019 Pacific Games in Samoa. And Samoa has a women’s weightlifting gold medal champion. Sorry, had.

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Laurel Hubbard won two gold medals and a silver in the three heavyweight categories, for women weighing more than 87 kilograms, or 192 pounds, finishing first in the snatch-lift and combined categories and second in the clean-and-jerk.

The 41-year-old weightlifter was born as Gavin Hubbard and reportedly transitioned while in the mid-30s.

But ‘Weight!’ There’s More!

The actual woman who came in second place to Hubbard in that weight class was Feagaiga Stowers of Samoa. She was the person who wound up taking gold at the aforementioned Commonwealth Games when Hubbard was sidelined with an injury.

New Headline – “Local Girl Loses to a Man. Should Probably Get Used to It.”

Everybody must be so proud.

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Image: Washington Times