One wants as fair of a competition as possible. But when push comes to shove, as long as there are no safety issues, they have gone with as open a competition as possible.
Whatever stance they take it would be better if they were honest about their preferences.
The choice is to prioritise fairness or inclusion, and they shouldn’t pretend they can achieve both.
Some sports have already stated they prioritise safety over inclusion.
Other organisations seem to want to avoid stating how they arrived at their decisions and hide behind ambiguities.
The problems of fairness will be worked out in time
What do you think might happen in this regard?
Imo it’s pretty well established that in any sport that utilises strength or speed that significant advantages remain for many years, and probably
Top athletes are separated by fractions of a percent between winning and being in the middle of the pack.
Male advantage ranges from 10-30% in many sports.
Lia Thomas went from being a top 500 ranked swimmer to dominant wins.
Other than understanding quite how much the advantage is (and this may be very difficult if not impossible to work out any time soon), not sure what needs to be worked out.