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Md. Naim Hasan Student
Jul 17, 2022
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major referendums overemphasize "anti-China Taiwan", I am afraid it will only have the opposite effect [Fiction] Excerpts from Alice Mengruo's "Half a Grapefruit": Middle school life is full of crises, and everyone may be humiliated at any time How to choose NFT? Master these six key points to avoid falling into the trap of scams, fakes and parallel imports Talking about the "partial work" of the Facebook community: there are spoofs and truths, reflecting the vaThe International Swimming Association (FINA) voted today (June 19, 2022) to adopt new rules that prohibit transgender people after the age of 12 or transgender people who have experienced any stage of male puberty from participating in the top events of the women's event. This landmark decision means that the swimming event took the lead in formulating transgender competition rules that are different from most other Olympic photo restoration service events. At present, most events still limit eligibility by setting a testosterone cap; the International Swimming Federation also intends to There is a separate "open" category in the competition for contestants whose gender identity does not match the sex at birth. International Swimming Federation President Husain Al-Musallam said the decision was made to "protect our athletes' rights to compete", but also to "protect the fairness of competition". World Athletics president Lord Coe welcomed FINA's decision and suggested that the World Athletics Federation could follow suit with similar rules. Baron Coe told the BBC there was "no room for negotiation" on the fairness of sporting competitions. _125551704_gettyimages-1386513701-3 Photo Credit: Getty Images / BBC News World Athletics
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