Transgender Canadian woman sets off debate after winning cycling world championship | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Transgender Canadian woman sets off debate after winning cycling world championship

A Canadian transgender athlete has become the first to ever win gold at the UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championship.

Dr. Rachel McKinnon, from Victoria, B.C., finished first in the women's 35-44 age bracket in Los Angeles on Sunday. McKinnon was born biologically male.

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