LGBTI Inclusion

NZ weightlifter Hubbard to become first transgender athlete to compete at Games

Laurel Hubbard has been eligible to compete at the Olympics since 2015, when the International Olympic Committee changed its guidelines. Image: REUTERS/Paul Childs

Praveen Menon

Reporter, Reuters

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