Chloie Jonsson- Transgender Athlete Suing CrossFit

chloie Johnsson  transgender crossfit athlete bio

Meet Chloie Jonsson, she is the person suing Crossfit  with a $2.5 million lawsuit, after she as denied to compete in the women’s division at the Crossfit Games, but why? Well, Chloie was born a man, but after her 2006 gender reassignment surgery, she is all woman!!!

We have simply ruled that based upon [Jonsson] being born as a male, she will need to compete in the Men’s Division. The fundamental, ineluctable fact is that a male competitor who has a sex reassignment procedure still has a genetic makeup that confers a physical and physiological advantage over women.

Our decision has nothing to do with ‘ignorance’ or being bigots — it has to do with a very real understanding of the human genome, of fundamental biology, that you are either intentionally ignoring or missed in high school.

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chloie Johnsson  transgender crossfit athlete_photos

34-year-old Chloie Danielle Jonsson was born a male in 1979, Chloie started to live her life as a woman after her surgery in 2006, and has been  recognized as woman by the State of California ever since.

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Standing at 5’4” and weighting 151 lbs. Jonsson is a crossfit athlete, coach and personal trainer, she started her training in 2012, and has turned back after that, she trains 2 days on & 1 day off, 3 days on 1 day off, once a day some days and others 2 or three times daily.

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Chloie Jonsson was involved in a terrible car accident when she was 14, the accident left her with  broken right leg a shattered pelvis and the worse diagnosis.

“permanent limp and would never be able to safely play in sports or do any heavy bearing to her body”

Hah, go figure!! if only that doctor could see her now.