Trans Collegiate Sprinter Switches To Women’s Team, Breaks Record

"This happens a lot for something that never happens."
RIT: Instagram

A transgender sprinter, who formerly competed against males in high school, is now competing on his college’s women’s track and field team, and earlier this month set a school record.

Sadie Schreiner, who formerly went by Camden Schreiner, is permitted to compete with and against female track and field athletes at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), despite being a male. Schreiner identifies as transgender.

Notably, Schreiner is now only referred to as “Sadie Rose” on RIT’s athletics website.

“New school record‼️,” RIT celebrated Schreiner on its track and field Instagram page last week. “Sophomore Sadie Schreiner set a new record in the 300m dash last Friday at Nazareth, clocking in a time of 41.80s.”

The comments on the post have been turned off by the school.

Rochester radio host Bob Lonsberry said Schreiner would have landed in 41st place if he were still competing against males.

“This biological male finished first in the women’s 300 meter at the Nazareth Alumni Invitational with a time of 41.80 which, if he’d run against other biological males, would have had him finishing 41st, second from last, 6.4 seconds behind the winner,” Lonsberry posted to X, formerly Twitter.

Social media was lit up with reactions following Schreiner’s win against the females athletes.


Meet Camden. A male who just broke the women’s 300m record on his college’s women’s track team. Before he pretended to be a woman, he competed on the men’s team in highschool where was ranked in 19th place,” popular X account “Libs of TikTok” posted. “Why is [RIT] allowing a man to steal women’s track records.”

Former collegiate swimmer-turned-advocate Riley Gaines mocked trans activists’ claim that transgender athletes almost “never” beat out female athletes, particularly after swapping male for female teams.

“New collegiate school record in women’s 300m at [RIT] !!! Except it was set by a male,” Gaines said. “This happens a lot for something that never happens.”

Gaines recently testified before Congress to aggressively defend Title IX, rejecting the Biden administration’s proposed rewrite of the law, which would effectively broaden the definition of sex to include “gender identity.”

The proposed changes would rewrite Title IX in such a way that policies banning biological males who identify as trans from competing with or against females would now be in violation of law. Issuing such sex distinctions to protect girls sports, therefore, could strip a school of its funding. The rule would be applied to public K-12 schools, colleges, universities, and other institutions that receive federal funding.

“Not only do women have to worry about losing out on opportunities and being exploited in locker rooms, allowing men into women’s sports also puts girls at greater risk of injury,” Gaines said during her opening statement. “In September of last year, North Carolina volleyball player Payton McNabb suffered serious injury after a trans-identified male player spiked a ball at her head, rendering her unconscious. Payton experienced extensive trauma to her head and neck and long-term concussion symptoms. Still to this day, a year and three-ish months later, she is still partially paralyzed on her right side, her vision is impaired, and she isn’t playing college sports, like she had dreamed of.”

Related: Sparks Fly Between Riley Gaines And Dem Rep During Hearing On Biden Proposal To Rewrite Title IX

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