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    Serious question about Baylor's Britney Griner

    I just watched a thing on her on Outside the Lines.

    This sounds like trolling and honestly isn't meant to be, but are there rules about using testosterone? Listening to her talk, she sounds more like a man than some men that I know. Would it be considered an unfair advantage if a woman used synthetic testosterone?



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    Re: Serious question about Baylor's Britney Griner

    Are you asking if taking steroids is against the rules?



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    Re: Serious question about Baylor's Britney Griner

    i dont work at GNC but i'm going to guess there are forms of testoserone that arent steroids.


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    Re: Serious question about Baylor's Britney Griner

    Would testosterone supplement be a steroid? I honestly don't know. I don't even know if it would be considered an HGH.

    She's got to be on something, though. She sounds like someone that's been smoking for 20 years.



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    Re: Serious question about Baylor's Britney Griner

    Quote Originally Posted by cyrocksmypants View Post
    I just watched a thing on her on Outside the Lines.

    This sounds like trolling and honestly isn't meant to be, but are there rules about using testosterone? Listening to her talk, she sounds more like a man than some men that I know. Would it be considered an unfair advantage if a woman used synthetic testosterone?
    I really doubt that she is taking anything. I hate to even post this but she might be a little bit sexually “ambiguous” like the South African track gal who made all of the sports headlines last year.



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    Re: Serious question about Baylor's Britney Griner

    Quote Originally Posted by cyrocksmypants View Post
    I just watched a thing on her on Outside the Lines.

    This sounds like trolling and honestly isn't meant to be, but are there rules about using testosterone? Listening to her talk, she sounds more like a man than some men that I know. Would it be considered an unfair advantage if a woman used synthetic testosterone?
    watched the same thing and was wondering if she had a seperate showering facility to hide her male parts.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgOIEGz7o_s]YouTube - Austin Powers "that's a man baby"[/ame]



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