The father of a high school girl who lost a skiing competition to a boy claiming to be a transgender girl is speaking out.

Male-born student June Watterson won a ski competition and ranked number one in the High School State Champions women’s slalom race on March 6 at the California-Nevada Interscholastic Ski & Snowboard Federation state finals. But one father was not at all happy about the big win.

Watterson, a sophomore at Davis Senior High School, won first place in the women’s heat with a combined result of 1:08.29 – beating Carlie Chandler, who came second, by 17 seconds, according to the Daily Mail.

But the father of one of the girls who lost a place in the competition because Watterson was allowed to compete as a girl was incensed by the situation.

“Hormones and drugs are just introducing drugs into sport. It’s not fair on the girls. I’m all about being inclusive and accepting people, but they have men racing in women’s sports,” the man who wanted to remain anonymous told the paper.

….Watterson, who only recently started taking women’s hormones to “transition, ” still competes in the men’s categories in other sports while competing as a “girl” in skiing.

According to Watterson’s own social media posts, the Mail reported, he is still competing as a male in the Redwood/Repack region cycling Petaluma round-up events….