Transgender women no longer able to compete at elite female events run by British Cycling.
Written by News Room on April 9, 2022
Transgender women are no longer able to compete at elite female events run by British Cycling after the organisation suspended its current policy.
The previous regulations required riders to have had testosterone levels below five nanomoles per litre for a 12-month period prior to competition.
British Cycling says it will conduct a full review of the policy in the coming weeks.
A British Cycling statement said transgender and non-binary athletes could still take part in non-competitive activities.