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High school athlete Mack Beggs, a teenager who is transitioning from female to male, won his pound weight class in the Texas girl's state championship on Saturday, according to media reports. Beggs, 17, and many of his opponents want him to wrestle against boys, but the transgender boy wrestled in the Texas championship for girls because of state sport regulations, which require athletes to compete according to birth gender.

Mack Beggs's request to compete in the boys' division was stymied by Texas state officials.

The wrestler, a junior at Trinity High School in the Dallas suburb of Euless, had a record ahead of the weekend tournament and was favored to win the pound weight class in the championship.

In some of his first media comments since the story was widely reported, Beggs said "I wouldn't be here today if it weren't for my teammates," the Dallas Morning News reported on its website.

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Beggs' comptetion has sought to have him wrestle as a boy, and some of his opponents have said he has an unfair advantage among girls because of boy testosterone he is taking as a part of his wrestling. The University Interscholastic League, which governs school sports in Texas, said that the state's education code allows the use of a banned drug such teen steroids if boy "is prescribed by a medical super mario galaxy porn gif for a valid medical purpose.

About a week ago, Beggs won a regional championship after a female wrestler from a Dallas-area high school forfeited the final.

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The parent of another girl who wrestles for the same Dallas-area high school had filed a lawsuit trying to block Beggs, saying his use of testosterone increases his strength, which could pose a risk to opponents. Nancy Beggs, Mack Beggs' grandmother and guardian, told the Dallas Morning News after the forfeit in the regional championship match: Today was about bias, hatred and ignorance. According to transathlete. Lou Weaver, who runs transgender programs for the LGBT rights group Equality Texas, said Beggs is abiding by current state rules, which need to be teen, "so that guys comptetion Mack can wrestle with their peers, wrestling would be on the boys' team.