Video: Transgender Athlete Aayden Gallagher Gets Booed After Winning Oregon Girls State Track Title


(Washington Times) A male-to-female transgender runner won a girls’ state track title in Oregon, drawing boos from the stadium crowd and fueling the outrage over the growing presence of male-born athletes in girls’ and women’s sports.

Aayden Gallagher, a sophomore at McDaniel High School in Portland, took the gold medal in the girls’ 200-meter race Saturday at the Oregon School Activities Association track-and-field championship, crossing the finish line to boos from fans at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field.

There were more boos as well as cheers when Gallagher was announced on the podium as the “girls’ 200-meter state champion,” as shown on a video posted on X.

“Look at the girls on the podium applauding when 2nd place (the rightful winner) is announced. Then watch them when the boys name is announced,” All-American swimmer Riley Gaines wrote on X. “Stop saying girls are OK with this because they aren’t. This is heartbreaking and deeply regressive.”

Gallagher nosed Roosevelt High School sophomore Aster Jones with a time of 23.82, with Jones close behind at 24.02, according to the final results posted by

In the 400-meter race, Gallagher placed second to Lake Oswego High School senior Josie Donelson, who won by less than a second with a time of 52.83. Gallagher’s time was 52.98.

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