Year in Review 2020, Biggest Sports Stories: Caster Semenya loses landmark case against World Athletics
Semenya lost her landmark case at the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland against CAS' upholding of World Athletics' new set of rules restricting the testosterone levels in female athletes.
Double Olympic champion Caster Semenya, who has been locked in a battle over her testosterone levels with athletics authorities, said on Wednesday that she has not felt supported by other women in sport.
Caster Semenya to race in first 800m race at Stanford Diamond League after launching legal battle against IAAF's DSD rules
Caster Semenya will race in the 800m at the Stanford Diamond League in her first outing over the distance since she launched a legal battle against IAAF's DSD rules.
Caster Semenya vs IAAF: Kenyan Olympic 800m bronze medal winner Margaret Nyairera Wambui slams ruling against South African rival
Wambui, who finished third behind Semenya in the 800m at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and silver medallist from Burundi Francine Niyonsaba — also considered hyperandrogenic — will take part in the Doha Diamond League
Dutee Chand said Caster Semenya's court defeat over testosterone rules was 'wrong' but backed her to overcome the potentially far-reaching ruling.
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: CAS says it will deliver verdict in landmark hyperandrogenism case by 26 March
CAS said on Friday that it will deliver by 26 March a decision in the controversial case pitting South African double Olympic champion Caster Semenya against the IAAF.
Caster Semenya vs IAAF: South African Olympic champ says gender rules 'do not empower anyone' as CAS case continues
"Caster Semenya and other women affected by the regulations should be permitted to compete in the female category without discrimination and that they should be celebrated for their natural talents as are all other athletes with genetic variations," Semenya's statement.
Caster Semenya vs IAAF: South African Olympic champion releases list of experts she will call in her appeal at CAS
Caster Semenya has released a list of experts she will call in her appeal hearing at the CAS in her fight against IAAF's hyperandrogenism regulations.
Caster Semenya vs IAAF: South African runner accuses world athletics body of breach of regulations at CAS hearing
Semenya believes the IAAF breached confidentiality rules of the hearing after they released the names of five expert witnesses they will bring to the CAS to testify on their behalf.
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.
Martina Navaratilova backs Caster Semenya ahead of CAS hearing over IAAF's proposed hyperandrogenism rules
Backing Semenya, Navratilova wrote: "Can it be right to order athletes to take medication? What if the long-term effects proved harmful? Semenya's case will come up tomorrow before CAS and the outcome is expected by 29 March. I hope she wins."
Firstpost Explains: How Caster Semenya's case against the IAAF on hyperandrogenism will have wider ramifications in athletics
The CAS is expected to hold a five-day hearing into an appeal by Caster Semenya seeking to set aside the new regulations of the IAAF on hyperandrogenism.
South African government voices support for Olympic champion Caster Semenya amidst IAAF regulations case
As well as Semenya, the silver and bronze medallists in the 800m at the Rio Olympics, Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi and Kenya's Margaret Wambui, have also faced questions about their testosterone levels.
"I don't talk about nonsense," Semenya angrily rebutted when asked about why she never commented on the regulations to counteract hyperandrogenism.
Athletics South Africa (ASA) said it would "challenge the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) on these new regulations as we have found them to be skewed".
Caster Semenya on her biggest achievement and her need to win maiden Commonwealth Games medal at Gold Coast
For Caster Semenya, the gold medal she won at Pune's Commonwealth Youth Games ten years ago will forever hold a bigger spot in her heart than even her twin Olympic golds and three World Championships medals.
Asian Athletics Championship: Dutee Chand finds strong support from sports minister Vijay Goel in gender case
Sports minister Vijay Goel threw his weight behind beleaguered athlete Dutee Chand, saying they stand with the sprinter and will strongly pursue her case.
AAA president Dahlan Jumaan al-Hamad on Wednesday hoped the CAS will render a wise decision on Dutee Chand's case after the IAAF approached the CAS with more evidence in support of its hyperandrogenism policy.
Dutee Chand's gender case to be re-opened as IAAF return to CAS with evidence of Hyperandrogenism Policy
After the CAS partially upheld her appeal in an interim order two years back, Chand was allowed to "continue to compete" till a final decision was given by the CAS on her appeal against IAAF's hyperandrogenism policy.