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Caster Semenya says 'track and field, you will still see my face' after breaking 300-meter national record
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Caster Semenya says 'track and field, you will still see my face' after breaking 300-meter national record

The Olympics are just five months away and it's doubtful if Semenya will be able to defend her title in the 800 meters. But maybe she has another plan.

Madeleine Pape, once Caster Semenya's competitor and proponent of IAAF's hyperandrogenism rules, disappointed by CAS ruling
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Madeleine Pape, once Caster Semenya's competitor and proponent of IAAF's hyperandrogenism rules, disappointed by CAS ruling

Madeleine Pape, once Caster Semenya's competitor and proponent of IAAF's hyperandrogenism rules, disappointed by CAS ruling.

Court of Arbitration for Sport to announce ruling on landmark Caster Semenya testosterone case on Wednesday
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Court of Arbitration for Sport to announce ruling on landmark Caster Semenya testosterone case on Wednesday

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) will rule on Wednesday on South African athlete Caster Semenya's challenge against new IAAF rules designed to regulate testosterone levels in female athletes.

Caster Semenya vs IAAF: Why are athletics world body's critics claiming its hyperandrogenism rules are racist and unfair
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Caster Semenya vs IAAF: Why are athletics world body's critics claiming its hyperandrogenism rules are racist and unfair

Support for Caster Semenya in her fight against IAAF's hyperandrogenism rules has increased among claims of racism and scientific errors in IAAF's study.

IAAF refutes reports that suggested the global governing body wants Caster Semenya to be classed as 'biological male'
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IAAF refutes reports that suggested the global governing body wants Caster Semenya to be classed as 'biological male'

The IAAF is likely to argue that Semenya and other athletes with "differences of sexual development" (DSD) should only be able to compete with lower testosterone levels to ensure a level playing field. The global body has refuted such a possibility.