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Transgender hurdler easily wins NCAA women's national championship

- The Washington Times

A hurdler who competed as a man last year won an NCAA championship in women's hurdles over the weekend. CeCe Telfer of Franklin Pierce University easily won the 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA Division II outdoor track-and-field championships Saturday, winning the final race by more than a second.

Jarrett Hurd stretches before during a WBA-IBF-IBO junior middleweight championship boxing match against Jason Welborn, of England, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Mama said knock 'em out: Boxer Hurd's support starts at home

- The Washington Times

Brenda Hurd's ultimatum for her son Jarrett is a well-known story in the Hurd household. She told Jarrett by the time he turned 25, she wanted to see enough progress in his boxing career -- or else he'd not only have to move on from the sport, but out of the house, as well.

Gamers play "NHL 19" in the Washington Capitals' "Chel Classic," an esports competition held at Capital One Arena on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. (Photo by Heather Kellogg / courtesy of the Washington Capitals)

With 'Chel Classic,' Capitals make their foray into esports

- The Washington Times

The Washington Capitals hosted some of the best gamers in the world at Capital One Arena for their inaugural "Chel Classic" with the Tampa Bay Lightning, the team's first foray into competitive gaming as hockey begins to catch up in the esports realm.