Madisan DeBos: Fighting for the Future of Women's Sports

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Madisan DeBos joins the podcast this week to share her story. She has bravely spoken out against the unfairness she has experienced as she’s been forced to compete against men in female college sports. She has said that women racers can’t compete against trans athletes, but they don’t have a choice.


Madisan DeBos is a cross-country and track athlete at Southern Utah State University whose relay team during the 2020 season lost to a team that included a transgender athlete. DeBos has been running since she was 5 years old.

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