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USA Archery has no documented policy.

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USA Artistic Swimming has a policy that allows minor athletes to participate according to gender identity. Adult/elite policy not documented.

Volleyball Canada has no documented policy.

Volleyball Canada policy allows transgender athletes undergoing a medical transition to participate under specific circumstances, but requires trans athletes not taking hormones to compete according to their birth certificate.  Volleyball Canada "believes in equal opportunity for all people to participate in the sport of volleyball. However, in instances where a Transgendered [sic] individual wishes to compete at a National Championships, Volleyball Canada will consider the eligibility guidelines set out in this policy in order to ensure a fair and level playing field for all participants."

 

Eligibility Guidelines

The following guidelines will be used to determine the eligibility of Transgendered [sic] individuals:

a) Gender reassignment before puberty

i. Individuals undergoing gender reassignment of male-to-female shall be regarded as female

ii. Individuals undergoing gender reassignment of female-to-male shall be regarded as male

b) Gender reassignment after puberty

i. Male-to-female transgendered persons, to compete as a female, must submit documentation from a medical practitioner that gender reassignment has been ongoing for at least one year.

ii. Female-to-male transgendered persons, to compete as a male, must submit documentation from a medical practitioner that gender reassignment is ongoing.

c) Any Transgender person who is not undergoing gender reassignment will be deemed to be their birth gender.

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