Because shooting, darts and snooker are "traditionally male sports". But from footbal to sprinting, the real physical difference isn't that big.
I dunno about that. The womens 100m record is 10.49 seconds, to put that in to perspective out of the 23 men that ran in the 2012 Olympics 100m semi finals the slowest time was 10.31 seconds. That means the fastest woman ever wouldn't have even been in the top 23 in the mens competition, let alone had a chance at a medal.
Go to more physical sports and I expect that difference would become even larger. Women couldn't hope to compete at the top level in sports such as Rugby or Boxing. Sure some women are far better at sport than some men could ever be, but when it comes to the highest level the men are just out of reach.
Your proposed perspective makes the difference look closer than what it is and thus it is very misleading.
First of all, there is a limit how many contestants each country can assign and this means there are a lot of fast individual men left out of olympics.
Second is conditions. What where the conditions on the track when those men ran in the semi-finals compared to the conditions when Flo-Jo ran the women's WR. It's been speculated years and years how during Flo-Jo's WR run there was most likely a strong tailwind but the sensors where faulty and thus it was accepted as WR. 2.0m/s tailwind is the max and Flo-Jo had most likely more.
Third, the semi-finals had 3 heats and total of 23 participants and every single one of them ran under the Women's WR. However at the earlier stage, there was 7 heats and 54 participants in total and 43 ran under Women's WR.
Fourth, Athletics and in this case Sprinting is extreme example of physical sport, much more than Rugby or Boxing. Sprinting evaluates only and only physical capability while in Rugby or in Boxing you can outsmart your opponent.
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