REPORT: Trans swimmer shatters college record after switching from men’s team to women’s [PHOTOS]

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A transgender swimmer at Ramapo College of New Jersey broke a women’s school record over the weekend after competing for the men’s team for three years.

Meghan Cortez-Fields won first place and broke a school record in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 57.22 at the Cougar Splash Invitational, a two-day meet between six schools in Dallas, Pennsylvania. She also came in first place in the 200-yard individual medley and earned second place in the 200-yard butterfly.

The Ramapo swim team congratulated Cortez-Fields on Instagram for breaking the school record but deleted the post after former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines drew attention to meet results on X.

“Ramapo College swimmer in NJ goes from less than mediocre male swimmer to a record smasher competing against the women. Hm, where have we seen this before?” Gaines wrote.

On Monday, Gaines added, “The Ramapo College Instagram account that posted the photo of the male swimmer has now deleted the post. They always hate the public attention after being called out for their discrimination and mistreatment of women.”

Gaines also posted a photo of a large tattoo which is on the inside of Cortez-Fields’ arm.  The tattoo is an image of a naked woman with breasts and male genitalia.

“How can you see this tattoo on his arm and not think this is a hyper-fetishized & sexualized movement? As a Christian, I believe we are all made in the image of God, and this is a mockery of that,” Gaines wrote.

Journalist Andy Ngo wrote, “A trans swimmer at @RamapoCollegeNJ has broken the “women’s record” in the 100-yard butterfly and came in first place for the 200-yard individual medley. Meghan Cortez-Fields previously competed unnotably on the men’s team for three years.”

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