The International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) has changed its transgender policy.

The new policy will require transgender women to prove that their testosterone levels are below a certain threshold for at least 12 months before they can compete in women's events.

This is a major victory for women, as it will help to level the playing field and ensure fair competition for all athletes.

The previous policy allowed transgender women to compete without any restrictions, which was seen as unfair by many female athletes.

The new policy is based on scientific evidence and has been welcomed by many athletes and sports organizations.

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The IPF is one of the first international sports organizations to adopt such a policy, and it is expected that other organizations will follow suit.

The new policy is a step towards creating a more inclusive and fair sports environment for all athletes.

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