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Watch The Journey Of Five Transgender Athletes

Five-episode doco-series features the inspiring journey of 5 transgender athletes and how sport helped them find their true identity.


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In 2016, transgender athletes could compete without undergoing surgery, welcoming a new age to the Olympic family, and we couldn't be happier. 

 

Identify is an Olympic Channel docuseries exploring the journey of five transgender athletes and how their passion and experiences in sport helped them find their true identity. The Olympic Channel hosted the world premiere screening last week in Brooklyn, New York, greeted by phenomenal success.

 

View the trailer here: 

 

 

Meet the athletes: 

 

CHLOE ANDERSON - VOLLEYBALL PLAYER

 

Pat Manuel - Boxer

 

Harrison Browne - hockey player

 

CHRIS MOSIER - TRIATHLETE

 

Schuyler Bailar - swimmer

 

 

The first episode has been released, which features an exclusive on Chloe Anderson - a male to female transgender athlete who has recently been accepted as a NCAA athlete, becoming one of the newest members of the University of California Santa Cruz Volleyball Team. You can view the first episode here.

 

 

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