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Hi, everyone, amazingly the simple URL SheWon.org was available, so I snagged it. I can make a simple website that lists which women would have won what award if they had not been displaced by a man. But I am not a sports person. Is there anyone who could supply content?

Hi, everyone, amazingly the simple URL SheWon.org was available, so I snagged it. I can make a simple website that lists which women would have won what award if they had not been displaced by a man. But I am not a sports person. Is there anyone who could supply content?

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Sarah Caravella-Fader, the favorite in one of these championships even withdrew in protest, so maybe you want to include women like her as well, maybe as honorable mention. https://www.velonews.com/news/commentary-the-complicated-case-of-transgender-cyclist-dr-rachel-mckinnon/ I won't be able to do it today, but I could help get the actual results of the races that McKinnon won.

The women who Gavin "Laurel" Hubbard cheated at the 2019 Pacific Games can be found here: http://www.oceaniaweightlifting.com/Portals/0/results/owf-results/2019PG.pdf?ver=2019-07-18-123626-010 (page 41)

Great; I have the Pacific Games up on the website now. Send me all the cycle races when you have them. Yes, I think we should put withdrawals, too--include that with the cycle races.

Awesome! I should point out though that the medalists are determined by Total only, so there are no separate medals for Snatch and C&J. By the way, do you think it would make sense to include links to the results?

Here are the results from the UCI Track Cycling World Championships McKinnon participated in. Note that these results are only for certain age groups, so he's not an actual world champion because there are women under 35 who are faster than him in these events.

In the Sprint championships the medals are determined by two racers competing for gold, with the second getting silver, and two additional racers competing for bronze. So if McKinnon had not competed, it would have been possible for the 5th qualified woman to win bronze. But since that competition didn't take actually place, I guess it makes sense to say the 4th best would have won bronze.

2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championship, F35-44 Sprint: https://www.cyclingnews.com/news/mckinnon-is-first-transgender-woman-to-win-world-title/

  1. Rachel McKinnon
  2. Carolien van Herrikhuyzen (Netherlands)
  3. Jennifer Wagner (USA)
  4. Linsey Hamilton (USA)

Honorable mention: Sarah Caravella-Fader (withdrew in protest) https://www.velonews.com/news/commentary-the-complicated-case-of-transgender-cyclist-dr-rachel-mckinnon/

2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championship, F35-39 Sprint: http://www.cyclingmasters.com/site/results/450-f35-39-sprint-final-result-2019

  1. Rachel McKinnon
  2. Dawn Orwick (USA)
  3. Kirsten Herup Sovang (DEN)
  4. Amber Walsh (AUS)

2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championship, F35-39 500m Time Trial: http://www.cyclingmasters.com/site/results/275-f35-39-time-trial-result-2019

  1. Dawn Orwick (USA)
  2. Rachel McKinnon
  3. Naomi Lovesay (GBR)
  4. Kirsten Herup Sovang (DEN)

McKinnon has cheated in more races, but these are of lesser importance and I'm not sure how broad of a scope you want to set for your website. I can look up these results as well though.

OK, all of these are up, and I also changed the medals on the weightlifting to only the totals category. Feed me any info you want just like you have done here, and I will upload it! :-)

Fabulous--I will work on this today. Yes, I've been thinking maybe I should put in a link to official results pages . . . good idea.