"perceived advantages" hahahahaha. Nothing perceived about it BBC.
According to the BBC it is fair for female athletes to be banned for taking drugs that raise testosterone but it's OK for men to compete against women if they take drugs that lower testosterone.
Were drugs banned because it is a health and safety issue i.e. that the drugs don't do you any good in the long term, or that it's not a level playing field? Typical BBC double standards.
Blade runners should also never have been allowed to compete against able-bodied athletes. Seeing Inspector Gadget win the 100m final in 5 seconds is not sport, it's a circus.
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