Even more sports governing bodies join FIFA and FINA in reviewing rules for trans athletes
Three more major sports governing bodies are now reconsidering their eligibility rules for trans athletes as the debate over trans people in elite sports reaches an angry pitch.
The World Netball Federation is the latest international organiser to launch a review into how – and if at all – trans women can compete in its tournaments.
“Our medical committee are currently in the process of reviewing our transgender policy,” a spokesperson told Reuters on Tuesday (21 June).
The Scottish Football Association (SFA), which administers football tournaments in Scotland, has confirmed it is also reviewing its trans policy – and has been considering the change for