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"One only need follow the case of Caster Semenya to see that gender has a gray zone that we have only recently acknowledged." #PostLetters 

"One only need follow the case of Caster Semenya to see that gender has a gray zone that we have only recently acknowledged." #PostLetters 

'I run my own race': how Caster Semenya inspired a nation in 2019. Story here:

'I run my own race': how Caster Semenya inspired a nation in 2019: Olympic gold medallist Caster Semenya endured one of the most difficult years of her career in 2019, but the champion stayed strong and undefeated.

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Caster Semenya endured one of the most difficult years of her career in 2019, but the champion stayed strong and undefeated.

From Caster Semenya to the rise and fall of the Oregon Project, it’s been an eventful ten years.

President #Ramaphosa  : For the first time, our national rugby team is captained by a black man, Siya Kolisi. Our most famous athlete is a black woman from Ga-Masehlong, Caster Semenya'>Mokgadi Caster Semenya, and our most famous swimmer, Chad le Clos, is a white man. #ReconciliationDay 

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The IAAF wants to alter runner Caster Semenya’s hormones for… being too good at running?

Caster Semenya has a defiant message for the IAAF over rules on testosterone.

BREAKING: Caster Semenya wins the 800m event at the Doha Diamond League in a time of 1:54.99 ZA 🥇

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South African athlete Caster Semenya has been cleared to run without testosterone medication after Switzerland’s Federal Court orders the immediate suspension of a new IAAF regulation:

Caster Semenya will be able to compete without restriction in the female category after the Swiss Supreme Court suspended IAAF regulations against her.

Caster Semenya will not need to take testosterone-reducing medication to compete after a Swiss court temporarily suspended a new IAAF ruling. Full story ➡

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Caster Semenya after today's ruling: "I know that the IAAF’s regulations have always targeted me specifically. For a decade the IAAF has tried to slow me down, but this has actually made me stronger. The decision of the CAS will not hold me back. I will once again rise above..."

Olympic champion Caster Semenya lost an appeal against new IAAF rules that say women with naturally high levels of testosterone must take hormone-lowering medication to compete. The UN says the rules potentially violate human rights laws, calling them "humiliating and harmful."

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Olympic champion Caster Semenya today began her legal challenge against the IAAF over a new policy that requires female athletes with naturally high testosterone to take hormone-lowering medications or compete against men. She says the rules are discriminatory and unfair.

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Perspective: We celebrated Michael Phelps’s genetic differences. Why punish Caster Semenya for hers?

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