The 70-year-old personality says his gender change was more difficult than winning his Olympic medal.

Caitlyn Jenner participated in this week’s British BBC podcast ‘Don’t Tell Me the Score’ and confessed that she felt that people ‘hated her courage’ when she decided to make her gender change.

The former Kris Jenner, 70, said it was much harder to make the gender transition in 2015 than to train for gold in the decathlon of the 1976 Olympics.

Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, said: “I trained 12 years for the games. I trained 65 years to make the transition in 2015. It was the hardest thing to do. It was less accepted. ”

But the star ‘I Am Cait’ is proud of her achievements: “I have the great duo: Olympic Decathlon Champion and Glamor Woman of the Year,” he jokes.

Although Caitlyn Jenner has been happier since her gender change, she admits that the road is still not easy and does not always feel accepted by the trans community.

The former ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star insisted that her transition plans did not end her marriage to Kris Jenner, as they simply decided to separate before and, despite previous tensions between them, now she feels they are in good condition .

“Kris and I follow our directions. It was not my transition or anything to do with it. We moved. There was no discussion, nothing, we made our divorce agreement in one day. We both knew it was the right thing to do. I rented a house in Malibu to go out, and yes, today we are in good condition, ”he says.