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Second-place skateboarders oppose transgender competitors: "unfair"

Competitive skateboarder Taylor Silberman is a 29-year-old transgender athlete who recently won a tournament with a 10-year-old girl in a new interview. Said that it should not be allowed. Women's division.

Transgender woman Rich Torres captured The Boardr Open last weekend after defeating Florida's second-place finisher Shiloh Catori, 13,.

Silbermantold Fox Newson Friday that most female skateboarders are personally angry at attending the Torres event, but she fears a backlash. He said he was afraid to express her dissenting opinion.

"There are men in the women's sector, but that's unfair here," Silberman told the press.

Torres doesn't seem to be distracted by her victorious scrutiny, sheshe puts her competitive pressure on her young rivals in this week's Daily Mail. She said she didn't hesitate to call.

"They are kids, so I'm not going to go to them easily," said a Navy veteran.

She also downplayed the possibility of enjoying her unique benefits.

Torres argued that her skateboarding success depends on determination and skill, not physical skill.

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"Look at me. I'm not a buff or anything." Torres told the outlet. "... And especially when I look at the kids these days, I don't think skateboarding has anything to do with the physicality of ."

Silberman is more and more. Said that transgender competitors have participated in and won skateboarding events.

"This happened to me on three separate occasions, two of which were placed second," she said. "There are some skateboarders doing this."

But Catori said in an Instagram post that she was fine to lose to Tres and she herself after the event rebounded. He said he was worried about his welfare.