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some affected individuals will switch gender identity to live as men
due to high androgens in circulation, 5a-reductase deficiency in an xy athlete competing as a woman would provide a competitive advantage
in the 1930’s, concerns were raised about the masculine appearance of several female athletes, most notably two competitors in the 100 meter event at the 1936 olympic games in berlin (ritchie et al, 2008)
the american sprinter helen stephens won the gold medal, and was subject to an impromptu genital examination by the olympic committee, which judged her to be female
ironically, the accusations against stephens were brought by polish runner stella walsh, herself a somewhat masculinized athlete (dubbed “stella the fella” in the press)
at her death in 1980, an autopsy revealed that walsh possessed ambiguous genitalia
obligatory testing of all female competitors began in the 1960’s and continued until 1999 (figure 3 )
initial tests in the 1960’s were based on phenotypic characteristics by direct physical and/or gynecologic examination
such tests would have potential to identify as males both xx athletes with masculinization due to cah, and xy competitors with incomplete ais or partial genital masculinization due to 5a-reductase deficiency
chromosomal screening was instituted at the 1968 olympics
at first, chromosomal tests verified the presence of a barr body in buccal smears (simpson et al, 2000)
by barr body screening, male competitors with klinefelter’s syndrome or female athletes with cah are identified as female, but women with ais are identified as male
later tests screened female athletes for the presence of a y chromosome, and subsequently for the sry gene on the y chromosome (simpson et al, 2000)
as with the barr body, testing for sry identifies ais women as male
using this method, 8 of 3387 women competing in the 1996 atlanta summer olympics were sry-positive (genel, 2000)
7 had ais; 1 had been gonadectomized subsequent to diagnosis with 5a-reductase deficiency
all were permitted to compete
time-line of gender verification testing, showing the method used and the resulting gender for individuals with selected disorders of sexual differentiation (dsd)
abbreviations: ais, androgen insensitivity syndrome; cah, congenital adrenal hyperplasia; sry, sex-determining region of the y chromosome; xxy, klinefelter’s syndrome
gender verification for all female competitors was finally dropped from olympic competition in 1999 (dickinson et al, 2002)
the purported goal of gender verification was to prevent males from posing as females in athletic competition
the requirement that top finishers produce a urine sample under direct observation would seem likely to catch any male competitors posing as women (women’s sports foundation, 2010)
indeed, there has been no recorded instance of a normal man competing as a woman (simpson et al, 2000)
instead, gender verification has identified competitors with dsd
ultimately, world-class athletes have a variety of physical and psychologic attributes that enable their success in competition
furthermore, there is increasing recognition that gender does not conform to a strict binary division
indeed, transsexual athletes are now allowed to compete in the olympics in their adopted gender, providing they have undergone gonadectomy with appropriate hormonal replacement for at least 2 years (reeser, 2005)
this would appear to represent the logical extension of the concept that an individual who identifies as a woman, and lives as a woman, should be allowed to compete as a woman
for much of the 20th century, a detailed understanding of testosterone dynamics lagged behind the empirical application of testosterone by athletes in competition
however, the expanding scientific expertise in measurement of testosterone and other aas has potential both to apprehend athletes who misuse androgens in competition, and to defend those whose endogenous androgen production may fall outside the ‘normal’ range
for the athlete who tests positive, their knowledge of other competitors who have used banned substances without detection must be bitter
when it comes to doping in international competition, it is very likely that almost “everyone’s doing it” (walsh, 2007)
ongoing advances in androgen detection will be offset by those athletes with better research, better access, and better monitoring to avoid an “adverse analytical finding”
indeed, some have argued that we should stop trying to catch the cheats, and allow athletes to use whatever substances they like (discussed in murray, 2010)
according to their position, the athletes are only harming themselves
however, this view reflects a common misconception that steroid use is restricted to elite athletes
instead, steroid use has infiltrated high school sports and neighborhood fitness centers (johnston et al, 2003; eaton et al, 2006)
thus, before we accept unregulated steroid use, it is important to acknowledge how widespread the problem is
the argument that “everyone’s doing it”, does not take into account who “everyone” is
for the women with dsd, the increased understanding of endogenous conditions that result in elevated androgen production has increased acceptance of affected individuals in women’s athletics
early testing for gender verification was humiliating and insensitive
women cleared for competition were issued a “certificate of femininity”; those who ‘failed’ gender verification were officially barred from competition
others simply withdrew from athletic contests
in the ensuing decades, further information about individual tests and allowable endocrine limits has been revealed
this has fostered continued debate in the athletic, scientific and medical community
even so, findings from individual competitors remain guarded to protect the athlete’s privacy
competitors such as caster semenya have endured intense public scrutiny, but also have ultimately achieved acceptance in their sport
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dynamics of testosterone secretion
exogenous testosterone and aas
endogenous androgens and disorders of sexual differentiation
competition effects on testosterone
testosterone and motivation to compete
testosterone and epitestosterone
time-course of testosterone action
disorders of sexual development and athletic performance
history of gender verification
gender verification in 2011
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