That’s a reasonable statement. But it turns on how one defines the categories of man and woman.
He is indeed a superb athlete. (Full disclosure: LSU homer here.) In fact, it is precisely his superbity (©EyeDentist 2017) that led the parents of other, more ordinary children to complain that it was unfair that their kids had to compete against him. (I’m not siding with them–just using this as an example of how slippery a concept ‘fairness’ can be.)
If it is, wouldn’t it follow that cis-female athletes should have their test levels checked, and that they should be obligated to compete against the boys if their level was found to be above a certain value?