TOKYO (AP) — Canadian soccer player Quinn became the first openly transgender athlete to participate in the Olympics when they started on Wednesday night for Canada’s 1-1 draw with Japan in Sapporo.
Quinn, who is nonbinary and uses they and them pronouns, came out as transgender last year.
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Laurel Hubbard, a transgender woman, is competing in weightlifting for New Zealand.
Chelsea Wolfe, a transgender cyclist, is a reserve on the U.S. women’s BMX Freestyle team.