Caster Semenya Takes 800m Gold in London
South Africa's Caster Semenya had fans in raptures when she won gold in the women's 800m final at the IAAF World Championship in London. Semenya, who is a two-time Olympic champion, smashed her own South African record to stop the clock in a time of 1.55.16.
South Africa's Caster Semenya celebrates after winning the 800m final at the Rio Olympics.
South Africa: Semenya Rules in 800m at World Champs
Capital FM, 13 August 2017
Kenya's Margaret Wambui Nyairera missed a medal after finishing fourth in the women's 800m as Caster Semenya won a third world title on the last day of the London IAAF World… Read more »
South Africa: Semenya Wins Gold to Cap a Great World Champs for SA
Sascoc, 13 August 2017
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