Olympic Transgender Testosterone Levels, Trans Weightlifter and Trials Protester Gwen Berry

Olympic Transgender Testosterone Levels, Trans Weightlifter and Trials Protester Gwen Berry

Olympic Transgender Testosterone Levels, Trans Weightlifter and Trials Protester Gwen Berry

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July 6, 2021

Madison, Wisconsin, July 6, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — Steve McConkey, President of Global Sports 4 WINDS USA, talks about three things below:

  1. Testosterone levels will drop from 10 nanomolar to 5 nanomolar, making it harder for transgender people to compete. This will be done after the Tokyo Olympics this summer (testosterone levels average from 0.3 to 2.4 for women and 9.2 for men).

    The level of intersex athletes (not transgender) has dropped to 5 nanomoles in events from the 400 meters to the mile. This eliminated the intersex athletes who dominated some women’s events. At the 2016 Olympics, all medals in the women’s 800 meters were won by intersex athletes.

    “At the 2003 Olympics, we were the only ones who spoke out against transgender people,” McConkie said. “Transgender sports spread to high schools, the NCAA and professional sports after the Olympic Committee implemented the policy. Transgender people need to be completely eliminated from sports, but lowering testosterone levels is a good start.”

  2. New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender athlete to openly compete at the Olympics. Hubbard, who describes herself as a woman, has the potential to win an Olympic weightlifting medal.

    “The world is protesting the involvement of Laurel Hubbard,” McConkie said. “If transgender people are not completely stopped, they will have the courage to compete on a larger scale. Although some scientists say the physical advantage of transgender athletes cannot be reversed.”

  3. U.S. women’s hammer thrower Gwen Berry turns away from the American flag during the national anthem at the Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon. Protests cannot take place at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, but are allowed at the U.S. trials.

    “In 2016, we were the only ones who spoke out against President Obama’s memorial to 1968 Olympic protesters John Carlos and Tommy Smith,” McConkie said. “They were honored because Obama had the 2016 Olympic team in the White House. During the event, Obama raised a clenched fist, just like protesters did on the medal podium at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. This sent A bad message for the power of the Marxist group Black Lives Matter and athletes like Gwen Berry.”

Founded in 1988, 4 WINDS USA (4 Winds Christian Athletics) is a global sports ministry that transitioned from athletics only to all sports in 2013 ( Working in the world-class track and field department since 1981, Steve and Liz McConkie have competed in nine Olympic Games. Additionally, Steve has advised many world class athletes over the years and has run over 69,000 miles. He graduated summa cum laude from Western Kentucky University (MPH), Minnesota State University, Mankato (BS-Community Health), and Webster High School (WI).

Source 4 WINDS USA

Contact: Steve McConkey, 608-469-7956,

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