USA Swimming releases new policy amid furor over transgender swimmer Lia Thomas

USA Swimming has released a new policy for female competitors as it addresses the furor over transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, according to Sky News host Peta Credlin.

The Athlete Inclusion, Competitive Equality and Eligibility Policy stipulates a female swimmer will need to have 36 months of low testosterone levels in order to compete at the elite level.

Ms Credlin discussed the issue with the IPA’s Gideon Rozner and Sky News contributor Caleb Bond.

“Women’s sport was created for a reason … the purpose of women’s sport is to create an even playing field for women to compete,” Mr Rozner said.