JULY 18th

- Totals page added for "Awards." The list presently totals 381 female awards stolen by male athletes including numerous MVP, First-Team, and Female Athlete of the Year awards.

- 42 disc golf results added for male athlete "María Eldey Kristínardottír."

- 11 darts results added for male competitor "Samatha" Lewis. Lewis is a new addition to the list.

- 3 recent results added for male billiards player "Harriet" Haynes. He is the 2024 World Masters Women's Champion.

- 32 results added for male cyclists Nicholas "Catherine" Barnwell, "Zahava" Barwin, Carl "Carly" Gauger, "Lola" Furnemont", Joseph "Lily" Chant, and "Abigail" Francis. Francis is a new addition to the list. He participated on the Colorado State University women's cycling team in 2024.

- 4 American football results added for male athletes "Britney" Stinson, "Karleigh" Webb, and Brian "Brynn" Toohey.

- 1 Gaelic football results added for male athlete "Giulia" Valentino.

- 2 track and field results and 1 soccer result added for male athlete Bryce "Lindsay" Hecox. Hecox was denied access to the university women's track and cross country teams, but he still ran in college races as a member of the Boise State Running Club. He also joined the women's club soccer team, participating in the NIRSA National Championship tournament.

- 3 beach volleyball results added for male athlete "India" Clark.

- 10 results added for male athlete Brian "Brynn" Toohey.

- 98 golf and 3 basketball results added for male athlete Kendra Little. Little is a male athlete with a disorder of sexual development. He is described as one of the most succesful golfers in the history of Oregon University. He also played professional golf but quit due to fears of being outed by the sex testing that was suggested after athletes such as Semenya had come under scrutiny.

- 5 wrestling results added for male athlete David Rosen aka "Donna Rose."

- 2 figure skating results added for male athlete Billie O'Neel.

- 3 volleyball awards added for male athletes "Diamond" Solorzano and "India" Clark.

- 3 rugby awards added for male athlete "Nicky" Taghert.

- 1 American football award added for male athlete "Karleigh" Webb.

- Awards page added for Golf.

- Awards page added for Distance Running.

- Records page added for Soccer.

JULY 14th

- 15 named athletes added to the overall athlete list. With the update, 509 named males, 579 total, have been discovered to have participated in female sport.

- Given name of "Maelle" Jacques uncovered as "Mael" (male version of the name).

- Given name of "Leia" Genis uncovered as "Luke".

- Given name of "Becky" Pepper-Jackson uncovered as "Stratton."

- $3,732 in prize money added for male disc golfer María Eldey Kristínardottír from Iceland. Kristínardottír is a new addition to the list. (Kristínardottír means "Kristin's daughter." Per naming conventions in Iceland, "Maria's" last name should be his father's name + "son." His true last name is not known.) Results to be added shortly.

JULY 13th

- "Natalie" Ryan's given name has been revealed as "Logan."

- 42 disc golf results added for male athlete "Madalynn" Shepley. Shepley is a new addition to the list and has been participating in women's events since 2021. He is now in his 60's and has finished 1st in 16 of 17 events so far in 2024. His 2nd place finish came at the PDGA Amateur Masters World Championships.

- 4 recent results added for male athletes "Nova" Politte, "Kelly" Jenkins, and Logan "Natalie" Ryan.

- $4,439 in stolen prize money added for male athlete Logan "Natalie" Ryan.

JULY 10th

- 4 volleyball results and 3 awards added for male athlete "Raven" Casas. Casas played collegiate volleyball on the San Diego Mesas and Ottawa University women's teams. At San Diego, he led the entire California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) in kills and led his team in kills, points, and hitting percentage, unsurprising given his overwhelming power on the court playing on a women's net. Casas was named Pacific Coast Athletic Conference South MVP and stole a First Team All-Conference Spot. He played both beach and indoor volleyball. Stats are not available for Ottawa University.

- 4 volleyball results added for male athlete "Peachy" Tabilos. Tabilos formely played for a men's collegiate team before switching to the women's after returning to school years later. While only standing 5'4" tall, he plays outside hitter. Tabilos often plays in amateur tournaments and has played on the Titahz team (known for using several male players in women's tourmanents) with fellow male "Tia" Thompson.

- 50 running results added for male athlete "Joanna" Harper. Harper is known for his study on male performance while under hormones use that was used as the IOC's guidline to include males in female sport. Harper included himself in the study of only 8 participants using self-reported times over a period of over 10 years to "prove" that the men slowed down and therefore had no advantage. He allegedly threw out one of the results of one participant whose time improved, calling it an anomoly. Despite claiming to have no advantage, Harper has won several USTAF XC women's national championships in his age category. Harper has been invading women's races since 2005. Many of his results are missing.

- 2 skateboarding results added for male athlete Luiz Neto aka Luiza Marchiori of Brazil. Neto/Marchiori previously competed in men's skateboarding before switching over to the women's side in 2024. He has already participated in 2 major competitions, taking 2nd at the Mystic Sk8 Cup, one of the largest skate competitions in Europe. Neto/Marchiori has recently been exposed by ex-girlfriends for his domestic abuse and violence against women, especially concerning given the fact that he is now skating against young girls.

- 167 track and field and cross country results added for male athlete Benjamin "Justice" Prins. Prins allegedly went on puberty blockers in middle school when he petitioned to run on the girls' team. While he was initially refused, the ACLU intervened and from 7th grade on, he ran both cross country and track on the girl's team. Despite the ACLU's claims that he would have no advantage, Prins ran varsity XC all four years, finishing 2nd and 1st on his team from sophomore year on, won a Jackson County All-Conference award, and qualified for the Michigan state track meet 2 of 3 years, placing 8th his sophomore year (did not run freshman year due to COVID)

JULY 1st

- New myth added to the "Myths and Misconceptions" page. See Myth #6

- $13,013 in stolen prize money added for male disc golfers "Amanda" Branch and "Jami" Gust, male billiards player "Harriet" Haynes, and male bowler "Kimberly" Power-Defer.

JUNE 30th

- "Unnamed Athlete B" has been uncovered as Eli "Allie" Slipakoff, now 14 years old and playing lacrosse on a private high school girl's team in Georgia. Results are not available at this time.

- 8 track and field results added for male athletes Craig "CeCe" Telfer and Cooper Toothman. Telfer has participated in several track meets as an "unattached" entrant after graduating from university. Toothman was on the McConnellsburg High school track team in 2018. He has only three results.

- 4 ice hockey results added for male athlete "Jaylynn" Johnstone. Johnstone, previously listed as "Jaylynn Rae" on the athletes list, plays semi-professionally in the same league as fellow athlete Derek "Danielle" McClean on McClean's former team, the Chesapeake Lightning. Johnstone has publicly posted boudoir photos of himself and his partner. His account has since been made private.

- 1 additional badminton result added for male athlete "Tina Eowyn" Smid.

- 2 distance running results added for male athlete "Anita" Yuzhaninova. Yuzhaninova has participated in at least two 10k events in Russia. He has also posted public photos of himself attempting to "breastfeed" the baby he fathered with his girlfriend. He was unsuccessful.

- 16 bowling results added for male athletes "Kimberly" Power-Defer and Chris "Christina" Rebstock. Power-Defer has been participating in women's bowling events since 2012. Many of his results are missing. Rebstock was a well-known bowler before he started pretending to be a woman in his senior years.

- 49 disc golf results added for male athletes "Amanda" Branch and "Tiffany" Strandbygaard. Branch participates in the women's Pro-Open category. Strandbygaard immigrated to the UK where he now often wins by default in women's events as the only participant.

- 75 swimming results added for male athlete Theron "Thea" Pipe. Pipe joined the girl's high school swim team his junior year, having not swum competitively since 6th grade. Thankfully, he seemed unable to make up for his lack of experience with his male athletic advantage.

JUNE 29th

- 18 recent results added for male athletes Cole Sprague aka "Chloe Spritz," Jimmy "Jenna" Lingwood, and Daniel "Skyler" Lemay. All three men have taken podium spots in the 2024 Mt. Tabor Circuit Race Series.

- 39 track and field results added for male athlete Theron "Thea" Pipe. Pipe was one of two male athletes on girls' teams at Loy Norrix High School in Michigan. He competed for two years on the girls' track and field team in long jump and pole vault and on the girl's swim team. Swimming results to be uploaded shortly.

- 178 swimming results added for male athlete Noam "Nora" Vardeny. Vardeny has participated in girl's swimming since he was 10 years old, taking numerous medals at age group state championships in Utah. In 2024, he completed his first season as a freshman on the Cottonwood High school varsity sqaud, placing 2nd at the 4A State Championship meet in a relay and qualifying for finals in an individual event. Vardeny was previously identified as "Unnamed Athlete F" on the "Totals" athlete list.

JUNE 27th

- 9 badminton results added for male athletes "Tina Eowyn" Smid(Slovenia) and "Diana" Bosco. Smid has appeared in four separate EuroGames, an event that advertises itself as an LGBT sporting competition. Rather than allowing lesbian women to shine in women's athletics or creating alternate categories to acommodate other "identities", organizers allow anyone to play in any category they would like, encouraging unfair competition for lesbian and bisexual women. Smid has stolen numerous medals from women. Bosco played badminton for the George Brown College team in Canada, stealing medals in conference and regional championships.

- 1 basketball result added for male athlete "Kendall" Martin. Martin has played for CEEB Tordera, a semi-professional team in Spain

- 6 recent billiards results added for male competitor "Harriet" Haynes. Haynes has been stealing prize money in the Women's Pro Series throughout the 2024 series.

- 35 high school cross country results added for male athletes Yasha Rieth, Terry Miller, Logan Brown aka "Veronica Garcia," Aspen Hoffman, and "Lorelei" Barrett. Along with stealing numerous state titles and records in track and field sprint events, Miller was on the varsity girl's cross country team and participated at the CIAC Class S State XC meet as well. Along with the other boys, Rieth also participated on the girl's varsity squad (CC varsity teams are limited to the top 7 runners). He ran JV in a single meet where he placed 2nd out of 156 runners.

- 54 recent cycling results added for various male athletes.

- 10 recent disc golf results added for male athlete Jami Gust. Gust participates in the women's Pro Open category and has stolen over $600 in prizes during the 2024 season. In the prior 5 seasons he played in the men's category, he won $0.

- 81 running results added for male athletes Jim "Janet" Bowman and "Patti" Savard

- 5 ice hockey results added for male athletes Derek "Danielle" McClean and "Jessica" Platt. Platt has played professional women's hockey while McClean plays on a semi-professional team.

- 24 softball results added for male athlete "Tiffany" Seaverson. Seaverson is active in slow pitch softball, playing in tournaments in the American Midwest.

- 26 past track and field results added for male athletes Yasha Rieth and Clyde "Chloe" Barnes. 2 recent track and field results added for male athlete Lucas "Lizzy" Bidwell. Bidwell recently competed in the New Balance National meet.

- 2 triathlon results added for male athlete "Erin" Hamilton. Hamilton began pretending to be a woman when he sustained a tramatic brain injury, after which he claimed to have had suppressed memories of cross dressing in his mothers clothes and sleeping with men.

- 19 recent ultimate frisbee results added for male athletes "Ashleigh" Buch/Jentilett, Rory Veldman, "Penelope/Penny" Wu, "Emma" Soiles, Riggs "Emilie" Mohler, Galen "Greta" Eisenbray, Eli Presberg, and "Soju" Hokari. All 8 men currently play on professional women's teams. The winners of both the WUL and PUL 2024 league championships had male players. 2 past results added for male athlete Sam Harris. Harris also played professional women's ultimate.

- 6 volleyball results added for male athlete "Taylor Rey" Narvasa. Narvasa is active in adult amateur/club volleyball tournaments.

- Correction made to male athlete "Jennifer Aurora" Ross. Ross's last name was previously listed as "Moss." Ross's given name has also been uncovered as "Vince."

JUNE 24th

- Totals page is now separated by decade to make loading times shorter and navigation easier.

- 550 results are waiting to be uploaded. Due to the summer season, updates will be less frequent.

JUNE 17th

- $4,015 in stolen prizes added for male disc golfers "Natalie" Ryan, "Nova" Politte, and "Kelly" Jenkins

- $2,700 in stolen prizes added for various male athletes on the the Teine Samoa Moni, Who's Gonna Do It, and Titahz volleyball teams.

- 20 cross country and 7 nordic skiing results added for male athlete "Sarah" Huckman. Despite claiming to have no advantage due to "transitioning" at a young age, Huckman was on the girl's varsity cross country team all four years of high school, and beginning his sophomore year was the fastest runner on the team. He ran at the New Hampshire Div 2 state championship meet all four years, finishing 26th in a field of 133 his senior year. In nordic skiing, Huckman finished consistently in the top half of all racers. He has also qualified for state track and field in multiple events. Huckman's cross country and nordic skiing results are incomplete.

JUNE 16th

- Results, Team Results, Stats, and Awards pages added for Baseball/Softball athletes.

- 41 results and 9 awards added for male softball players: Thomas "Tracy" Nadzieja, "LC" Cicchinelli, "Pat" Cordova, and "Kate" Griffiths. Nadzieja worked for years as a lawyer, married with two grown children, when he suddenly decided he was a woman in his 50s. He now plays in open and masters tournaments on women's and mixed teams, most recently earning a Seniors All-Tournament Team award at the USSSA Challenge Cup. Cicchinelli was only a sophomore during the 2024 season. He did not lead any stats, but managed to make varsity both freshman and sophmore year. Cordova is lauded as the "first trans athlete" in California HS sports. He decided to play with girls his senior year, professing to not have played ball since middle school, and predictably led his team (and in some stats the conference) in almost all batting stats including homeruns, RBIs, and Batting Average. Griffiths plays for his Melbourne University team, and was selected to represent Melbourne at the Victoria State Championships.

- 5 billiards results added for male competitor "Nikola" Broyak

- 1 cricket results added for male athlete "Neesha" Misa.

- 1 croquet result added for male athlete Jamie Gumbrell. Gumbrell has switched back to men's competitions but has entered a women's event in 2024.

- 6 recent disc golf results added for various male athletes.

- 9 dance results added for male athlete "Malisa" Phillips. Phillips has been paraded around as a "trans" child and has been entering dance competitions as a "girl" since he was in elementary school.

- 19 cross country results added for male athletes Clyde "Chloe" Barnes, Niko Cole-Johnson, and Giles "Gia" Parr. Barnes was also active in Track and Field this spring. Both Cole-Johnson and Parr participated in state cross country championships (Parr in middle school) and both were the fastest on their respective teams. The son of a prominent director/activist, Parr placed poorly running against the boys. After switching to the girl's team, he earned all-conference and all-state honors. He was also active in field hockey, reportedly placing at number two in school history for most goals scored.

- 1 recent golf result added for male athlete James "Hailey" Davidson. Davidson was selected as first alternate for the U.S. Women's Open

- 5 Nordic Skiing results added for male athletes Niko Cole-Johnson and Soren Stark-Chessa. Cole-Johnson placed 8th at the state championships and was awarded Most Valuable Skiier on the girl's team. Both Cole-Johnson and Stark-Chessa were invited to the Eastern High School Championship this spring, taking the places of 2 female athletes.

- 8 soccer results added for male athletes "Chloe" Quinn and "Nicky" Taghert. Quinn played soccer for the first time in his late 30s after enjoying a "kick around" with his friends. Within 3 years he was playing for a Women's First Division FA team. Taghert joined girl's soccer his senior year of high school, earning a second-team all conference award.

- 4 ultimate frisbee results added for male athletes Dane Kokkeler, Ollie Bunson, and Rufus Helmriech. Kokkeler and Bunson once again won the high school national championship tournament (for the third year in a row) this June.

- 1 tennis result added for male athlete "Paris" Yandall. Yandall has participated in state and national tournaments and was chosen to represent American Samoa Women in the XVI Pacific Games where they placed 3rd.

- 52 volleyball results added for various male athletes playing on the Titahz and Teine Samoa Moni teams. Both teams regularly use male athletes in women's tournaments, Titahz headed by Tia" Thompson and Teine Samoa Moni by "Neesha" Misa. Both men have warded off criticism by claiming their success is due to teamwork and it's fair because they don't always win. Male athletes who have played for both teams are still being tracked down. A former NCAA Div I player has played for Thompson. It is not clear if this player is "stealth" or a real female athlete.

- Team records added for Hockey and Lacrosse. So far, playing males on their roster in the girl's field hockey division, the Somerset-Berkley team has a total win-loss record of 59-3.

- 39 awards added for various sports.

JUNE 10th

Three name corrections made.

- Male softball player previously listed as "Kate Griffin" has been changed to "Kate Griffiths."

- Male cross country runner previously labeled as "Gia Fisher" has been changed to "Gia Parr." Parr does not share a last name with his mother, activist Luchina Fisher.

- Male track and field athlete previously listed as "Donovan Brown (Veronica Garcia)" has been changed to "Logan Brown." Although a Donovan Brown ran cross country at Spokane High School, he appears to have been a year above the male athlete racing against girls. Listed as "Veronica Garcia" on athletic.net, Brown's real name appears in the official Milesplit timesheets in 164th place in 2022.

JUNE 8th

- Recent track and field results added for high school male athletes "Rose" McNaughton, Lucas "Lizzy" Bidwell, and Soren Stark-Chessa. All three boys competed in their respective state championship meet with Bidwell placing 3rd in both triple and high jump and Stark-Chessa placing 3rd in the 1600m and 3200m and taking 1st in the 800m.

- 3 results added for male dancer "Michaela" Beck. Beck participated in the national Shine Dance competition in 2019 in the girl's division, placing 1st at regionals (stealing a spot from a real female dancer) and 2nd at the national competition in the "Miss Shine" category (as opposed to Mr. Shine, where he should have been competing)

- Athlete list added to the "Totals" page. This is a list of the athletes uncovered so far. The list includes 440 named male athletes and 60 unnamed male athletes. More detalied lists are under development.

MAY 30th

- 8 recent track and field results added for male athletes Fiordaliza Cofil, Lucas "Lizzy" Bidwell, "Rose" McNaughton, and Soren Stark-Chessa. Bidwell and McNaughton both made the podium at the Connecticut State Championships, McNaughton placing 3rd in the shotput and Bidwell 2nd in both high jump (tie for 1st in height) and long jump and 1st in the triple jump.

- 2 awards added for male athlete Camden "Sadie" Schreiner and 1 award added for male athlete Tyler "Juniper" Gattone. Both men participate in women's NCAA sports with Schreiner stealing two All-American awards in track and field and Gattone receiving "Novice Team of the Year" in rowing.

- Previously unnamed male athlete playing girls' volleyball at Kamehameha Maui High School in Hawaii has been discovered to be Jonah "Jhene" Saribay. Despite being only 5'7", Sariby played outside hitter and often led the team in kills during their matches. Saribay also competed in only one track and field meet (due to COVID 19) where he placed 2nd.

- 48 skateboarding results added for male athletes Evie" Ryder, "Jamie" Sedo, "Temara" Jasmine, "Calleigh" Little, and "Paige" Kramer Rochefort. 4 records added for male athlete "Calleigh" Little, and 3 skateboarding awards/prizes added for various male athletes.

In his 40's, Rochefort decided to take up skateboarding again after a 15-year hiatus, this time in the women's competition. Within 2 years, he placed 3rd at the Pan-American Skateboarding Championships where he stole a woman's spot in representing Canada. He was also ranked 1st in the world in his age category (compared to women) by a margin of almost 300 points. The margin between the first and second actual women was 10.

Little dominated female skateboarders in the distance skating scene, winning the Miami Ultraskate three years in a row and placing 3rd in the world all-time list for the farthest distance traveled on a skateboard in 24 hours.

MAY 28th

- 10 results added for male distance runners Brian "Erika" Kaiser and "Jessica" Gorden-Song. Both Kaiser and Gorden-Song are new additions to the list

- 2 track and field results added for male athlete Camden "Sadie" Schreiner. Schreiner made finals at the NCAA Div III national championship meet, placing 3rd in the 200 and setting a new women's outdoor 200 meter school record for RIT tech.

- 3 track and field records added for male athletes Camden "Sadie" Schreiner and Aayden Gallagher.

- 1 award added for male volleyball player Franz Largadas. Largadas was awarded the Angela James Scholarship for women's volleyball. The amount awarded by the scholarship is not known at this time.

- 1 ultimate frisbee result added for male athlete "Emma" Soiles. Soiles played for the women's Bamboo team from Colombia.

MAY 27th

- Entry added to the "Myths" page. See "Myth #15"

- 5 recent track and field results added for male athletes Donovan "Veronica" Garcia, "Rose" McNaughton, and "Ilora" Farren. Both Garcia and Farren participated in the Washington State Championship meet, with Garcia taking first in the 400m. Garcia was undefeated in the 400 all season and according to Athletic.net, holds the school record by 5 seconds.

-23 disc golf results added for male athlete "Jenna" Weiner. Weiner is a new addition and also participates in and writes articles on women's ultimate frisbee.

- 7 recent disc golf results added for male athletes "Kylie" Rotolo, "Natalie" Ryan, "Nova" Politte, and "Kelly" Jenkins.

- $2,871 of stolen prize money added for disc golf.

MAY 23rd

- 66 ultimate frisbee results added for male athletes Dane Kokkeler, Ollie Bunson, "Soju" Hokari, ("Soju" is a Korean alcoholic drink) "Anna" Browne, "Autumn" Cook, "Emma" Soiles, Riggs "Emilie" Mohler, Gaelen "Greta" Eisenbray, and Rory Veldman. All nine males are new additions to the list.

Bunson, Hokari, and Kokkeler were all members of the South Eugene High School "Gender Diverse" ultimate frisbee team. Any player who wishes can join this team. While there is still a boys' team, there is no girl's team at the school. The "gender diverse" team still plays in the female division and won two national championship titles in a row. With two males still on the team, they'll go for their third this June. Media outlets have described their performance as utter domination. Watch a snippet from 16:48 for a small glimpse at why.

HeCheated updates will be on a brief hiatus until May 27. Please check back for more updates then.

MAY 21st

- 43 track and field results added for male athlete Sammy DeSalvo. DeSalvo is only in 8th grade and has already stolen 18 first place finishes away from middle school female athletes. If allowed to continue on into high school, those numbers will more than double.

- Recent track and field results added for male athletes Lucas "Lizzy" Bidwell, Camden "Sadie" Schreiner, and "Maelle" Jacques. All three boys had first place finishes in their conference and regional championship meets.

MAY 20th

- 3 rowing results added for male athlete Tyler "Juniper" Gattone. Gattone participated for the first time on the Ithaca College women's rowing team during the 2024 season. He also participated on the women's fencing team in high school.

- 18 rowing records added for male athletes "Marjorie" Roome and Ryan Lavigne. Roome currently holds 10 British national records and 5 world records in women's indoor rowing.

- 7 track and field results added for male athlete Vladimir "Yanelle" Del Mar Zape from Colombia. Del Mar Zape had claimed to be a hopeful for the 2016 Olympics (despite being nearly 40), and in 2018 he medalled at the World Masters Championships in the 80m hurdles.

- 2 Australian Rules Football results added for male athlete "Chloe" Donovan. Donovan scored 13 goals in 13 games on the Tea Tree Gully U17.5 Team in 2022. His participation on the senior team in the grand final that year (and the fact that he had won "Best Player") drew criticism from a local police officer. Media outlets vilified the officer for speaking out against a person they described as a "child". Donovan appears to be a full-grown young man over 6 feet tall. His picture was not shown in the media, and their mischaracterization of him as a "child" and "she" was incredibly misleading. The referee in the grand final also appears to be a man masquerading as a woman.

MAY 19th

- 9 results added for male runners "Amelia" Conway and Alan "Allayva" Stier. Conway is a new addition to the list. Despite claiming he only wins when "no one shows up," Stier has won races that had over 300 participants entered in the female category.

- 10 results added for male mountain biker Avery Martinson and male cyclist Kyle "Kylee" Rood. Both are new additions to the list and appear to have started claiming to be women in their 30's. Rood participates in both women's cycling and women's skimo/cross country skiing events.

- 5 skateboarding results added for male athlete Dakota Cootes. Cootes has beaten fellow male "Violet" Whyte in women's skateboarding competitions and has taken at least $500 from female athletes over 15 years younger than himself.

-4 recent track and field results added for male athletes Aayden Gallagher and Aspen Hoffman. Gallagher recently placed 1st in the 200m and 2nd in the 400m at the Oregon State Championship meet, stealing two of the highest honors available to high school female athletes in track and field.

MAY 18th

- 4 track and field results added for male athlete Parker Tirrell. Tirrell also made the girl's varsity soccer team this year as a freshman and is active on a girl's club team.

- 54 track and field and cross country results added for male athlete "Ilora" Farren. Farren participated at the state track and field championship meet in two events in 2023 and has qualified again this year.

- 33 track and field results added for male athlete "Rose" McNaugthon. McNaughton has participated in the Connecticut CIAC Class S Girls Championship meet in both the indoor and outdoor seasons.

- Recent track and field results added for male athletes Lucas "Lizzy" Bidwell, Clyde "Chloe" Barnes, and Donovan "Veronica" Garcia. Garcia currently has the 4th fastest "girl's" 400m time in the state of Washington.

MAY 16th

- 15 awards and 14 results added for males in women's roller derby. Our list of males in women's roller derby is continuing to grow so large that it appears that there are few leagues left that do not have several male athletes. This means that there are no longer any women's roller derby leagues, as they have become co-ed, despite the existence of men's leagues meant for male athletes.

MAY 15th

- Additional results added for male distance runners Glen "Glenique" Frank and Simon "Siân" Longthorpe and results added for new additions Mika Tosca and "Farrah" Herbert. Both Frank and Herbert ran the 2024 London Marathon in the female category despite UK athletics barring males from licensed events. Tosca, an associate professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, has drawn criticism for his anitsemitic comments: "Israelis are pigs. Savages. Very very bad people. Irredeemable excrement. May they rot in hell.”

- 12 running results added for male athlete "Jessica" Platt. Platt is known for playing professional hockey in the women's division. He also took up running and immediately began winning duathlon races. If not for COVID, he was predicted to have competed at the 2021 Duathlon World Championships. He claims all of his immediate success upon entering the women's division is simply due to his hard work, as compared to the other female athletes who must not work as hard.

- 8 cross country results from the fall of 2023 added for male athlete Donovan "Veronica" Garcia. Garcia has also gone by the name "Davina Brown" and currently participates in women's track and field.

- Recent track and field results added for male athletes "Becky" Pepper-Jackson, Lucas "Lizzy" Bidwell, and Soren Stark-Chessa.

- 85 results added for male track and field athlete Fiordaliza Cofil from the Dominican Republic. Cofil is a male with a DSD. He participates in professional track events and has stolen at least 29,750 USD from female athletes.

- 86 results from 2024 added for various male athletes competing in women's cycling.

MAY 13th

- 70 outdoor track and field results added for male athletes Brandon "Lana" Huff and "Frankie-Lyn" Molcilio for the 2024 season. Both Molcilio and Huff participated on the Kea'au High School girl's track team with Huff qualifying for the state championship track meet in two events. Both males participated in running events of all distances, from the 100 meter dash to the 3000 meter run. We have found no record of either boy running track and field previous to this year.

- 8 cross country results from the fall of 2023 added for male athlete Brandon "Lana" Huff. Huff qualified for the state cross country championship meet.

- 186 cycling results added for male athlete Dimitri "Femke" Verstichelen. After participating in only 3 events from 2002 to 2004 with his male peers, Verstichelen entered women's professional cycling in 2012 and continued until 2022 when he was 38 years old.

MAY 12th

- 6 recent track and field results from May 11th meets added for male athletes "Maelle" Jacques, Aspen Hoffman, and Lucas "Lizzy" Bidwell

- 27 track and field results added for high school male athlete Donovan "Veronica" Garcia. Garcia participated on the boys' team in 2023, placing no higher than 8th in an individual event at a dual meet. (His average was 21st place). This year he is undefeated in the 400 meter dash and has placed no lower than 4th in any event.

MAY 11th

- 25 additonal track and field results added for male athlete Fabrizio "Valentina" Petrillo.

- Corrections made in Petrillo's previous results - master/para athletic results changed to amateur. Petrillo entered open races with women 20-30 years younger than himself, often finishing near the top. He finished ahead of all athletes of his own age in these competitions.

MAY 10th

- "Updates Page" added

- 4 recent track and field results and 2 new school records added for male athlete Aayden Gallagher. Gallagher now sits at #1 in the girls 200m in Oregon

- 9 track and field results added for male athlete Soren Stark-Chessa for the 2024 outdoor season. Stark Chessa transferred schools after the fall 2023 cross country season.