Caster Semenya is making a likely last-ditch legal challenge against regulations that require her and other females to artificially lower their natural testosterone levels to compete
Olympic champion Caster Semenya launched a new appeal against World Athletics rules that ban women with naturally high testosterone from competing in some races. The rules require taking medications she says make her sick, or even surgery. The UN says they violate human rights.
Olympic champion Caster Semenya is taking her fight with World Athletics to the European Court of Human Rights.
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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."
BREAKING: Caster Semenya loses her long legal battle against track and field’s rules limiting female runners’ naturally high testosterone levels.
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.
Caster Semenya has a defiant message for the IAAF over rules on testosterone.
The IAAF wants to alter runner Caster Semenya’s hormones for… being too good at running?