This weekend were the New England Track and Field Championships, and in the least shocking turn of events ever the biological boys from Connecticut dominated the girl’s meet once again. You can watch the entire meet here if you’re a track junkie:
But Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood, two 11th grade boys, once again easily finished 1st and 3rd in the 55 meter dash starting at the 0:43:00 of the video.
— MileSplitMass (@MileSplitMass) March 2, 2019
— MSR CT Results (@msrfinishline) March 2, 2019
Let’s be clear – Kyla Hill from Springfield, MA is the fastest sprinter in New England. Congratulations Kyla, you earned this victory, which was stolen from you by a boy in the name of social justice. The girls who won the mile, 2 mile, 1,000, shotput, high jump, long jump, 600, and hurdles did not have this unfair advantage. If they had to compete against boys they would’ve lost too. The adults around you might be too gutless to tell you the truth. But you are the best high school girl at what you do. The person to your left has male muscles, male bones, and a penis. Nothing you could do would allow you to overcome that. You earned the New England title and you were cheated out of it by a boy.
Then Terry Miller went on to dominate the 300 meters as well, easily outdistancing Oakmont senior Alyssa Madden.
Alyssa's last 300m, 2nd in New England Championships pic.twitter.com/ECcTDz0j7H
— Coach Dufour (@CoachDu4) March 2, 2019
Running under 40 seconds in the 300 meter dash is quite the accomplishment, and the fact that three girls were able to do that is remarkable. Unfortunately they had to compete against a boy, so they had no shot. Shame on Oakmont Coach Dufour for being such a coward that he told his star athlete that she finished in second. Don’t listen to him Alyssa, you were the winner. You are the New England Champion, not the runner up. Coach Dufour is a gutless worm who is too afraid of the mob to tell you that. If people like him actually stood up for the kids they coach then this would end. But they don’t. Because he cares more about himself than he does about you, which is why he did the facepalm emoji when another coach pointed this out.
Kids deserve better adults in their lives than Coach Dufour.
These were the 4×400 meter results which Terry Miller ran in.
Oh look, the team with the boy won. Shocking outcome. Go watch the race at the 4:32 mark of the video to see the impact the boy had on the girls race. Terry Miller runs the second leg. This is what it looked like after the first handoff:
That’s Glastonbury and Shepherd Hill way out in front. Both of them got the handoff around the 57 second mark. Bloomfield is in orange and blue, and Terry Miller gets the baton in 5th place at the 61 second mark.
As soon as the boy gets the baton he immediately passes Hingham and makes a move to pass Windsor, CT on the outside.
But because he’s got big boy muscles he makes contact with the Windsor runner’s arm and actually hits the baton out of her hand.
If track officials actually did their job they’d DQ him right there. As if he doesn’t have enough advantages as it was. Windsor was effectively out of the race by that point.
Each runner runs two laps. After the first lap Shepherd Hill’s 4 second lead was effectively gone, as Miller ran a 25-26 second lap.
Which no girl EVER runs.
By the time he handed off Bloomfield had the lead and they never lost it.
Bloomfield was good enough to place without him, but not good enough to beat Glastonbury or Shepherd Hill. He also cheated by hitting the baton out of Windsor’s hands.
But the coward from Milesplit.com who interviewed him after the race basically gave him a bunch of softball questions in this interview and didn’t ask the only question that matters – do you feel bad that as a boy you’re beating a bunch of girls? Do you not realize that this is cheating? Next week Terry goes on to compete in the National Championship, where some girl from Michigan has no idea she’s about to lose to a boy.
When the Daily Wire, the Daily Caller, and The Blaze wrote about our story last week and cited us, Don Jr. shared a link to it on Twitter.
A turtle rider commented the following:
I’m liberal but this needs to stop. It’s really not fair.
Translation – I voted Yes on Question 3, but I had no idea what I was voting for. Let’s be perfectly clear – if you voted Yes on that ballot question then you are the reason this is happening. Question 3 says that it’s illegal to discriminate in any school related activity based on gender identity. It requires no surgery or hormone therapy (not that that would do anything), just a “sincerely” stated belief that you are a girl.
Everyone with a brain knows this is wrong. It couldn’t be more obvious. You don’t get to play the “I support transgender rights but not these rights” card and say that this is wrong. You did this. You are responsible for this. You all got conned because you heard buzz words like “equality” and “right side of history” and you thought you were doing something good. You weren’t. You were actually doing something terrible, and I highly suggest actually READING the bills you’re voting on next time and considering the implications of what happens when these bills pass.
But at least you’re not as stupid as this person:
Anyone who tries to justify this should just be laughed at and openly mocked. There’s no other way around it. I could break down the stupidity of that comment, but they’re not worthy of my time or your’s. Just laugh at them.
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