For a variety of reasons, transgender people are underrepresented in competitive athletics and competitive cycling.
For one, they are often underserved by mainstream trans athletes, who are predominantly men and women.
However, trans athletes do have an advantage in competitive sport competitions because trans people are usually not competing for their sports.
Trans people have a lot to gain from competing in sport events, as their bodies are more adapted to the sport than cis people.
In competitive sports, they can compete with their bodies and compete for prize money, which is the ultimate goal of the sport.
Trans athletes also benefit from the fact that trans people generally have better social skills, which makes them better athletes than cis athletes.
While trans people can participate in a variety sports, it is important to be aware of the differences between transgender athletes and cis athletes in order to maximize their chances for success.
Below are the top transgender sports athletes, which are also the top cis athletes, in order of preference.
Read on for more information about trans athletes and their preferences for sports.