(FOX NEWS) – Olympic gold medalist Caitlyn Jenner condemned the NCAA's decision to allow the participation of biological males in women's sports Thursday, accusing the organization of "kicking the can down the road" to appease University of Pennsylvania transgender swimmer Lia Thomas.
"[I'm] disappointed," Jenner told "America Reports." "The NCAA just kicked the can down the road, and it’s unfortunate. I am out there to protect women's sports."
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The new policy will allow transgender athletes to participate in sports on a sport-by-sport basis, similarly adopted by the U.S. and International Olympic committees. Transgender athletes will be required "to document sport-specific testosterone levels beginning four weeks before their sport's championship selections," the organization said.