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Former Olympian Inga Thompson sounds off on women's group after controversial 'white supremacist' accusations

Inga Thompson, former Olympic cyclist, discusses an upcoming Capitol Hill hearing on a bill to block biological men from participating in women's Olympic sports.

Three-time Olympic cyclist Inga Thompson is sounding off on the National Organization for Women (NOW) after the group slammed a recent lawsuit filed against the NCAA by more than a dozen college athletes as an example of "white supremacist patriarchy at work."

Thompson, a decorated U.S. cyclist who competed at the 1984, 1988 and 1992 Games, spoke to Fox News Digital about the controversial social media post shared to X over the weekend. 

Inga Thompson Bennett in August 1986 (Duane Howell/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

In the post, NOW criticized a lawsuit filed last month by former Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines and several other college athletes who accused the NCAA of violating their Title IX rights by allowing former University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas, a transgender woman, to compete at the national championships in 2022. 


"Repeat after us: Weaponizing womenhood against other women is white supremacist patriarchy at work," the post read. "Making people believe there isn't enough space for trans women in sports is white supremacist patriarchy at work."

But Thompson disagrees. 

"They're all attempts at silencing women by throwing these accusations out there," she said of the language used in NOW’s post. "When you get to the root cause of this, we are none of that. We are none of that. It is simply women asking for our sex-separated rights."

A person holds a transgender pride flag as people gather on Christopher Street outside the Stonewall Inn for a rally to mark the 50th anniversary of the