You know, sometimes when you are winning all the time you run out of emotions said Caster Semenya. "So this win is actually not about me but it's for all the African girls coming from the rural areas who don't believe this is possible". Semenya has won the 1500m and 800m, making her only the third woman to do so at a Commonwealth Games.
Super Caster Semenya Dedicates 800m Win to African Youth
Sascoc, 13 April 2018
South Africa's Caster Semenya dedicated her 800-metre gold at the Commonwealth Games to the rural youth of Africa on Friday. Read more »
South Africa's Caster Semenya (file photo)
Caster Cruises Into 800m Final
News24Wire, 12 April 2018
South Africa's Caster Semenya on Thursday cruised to into the women's 800m final at the Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast. Read more »
Caster Storms to Gold in Record 1 500m Run
News24Wire, 10 April 2018
South African star athlete Caster Semenya was at her scintillating best in winning the gold medal in the women's 1 500m at the Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast on… Read more »
The Commonwealth Games which has started in Queensland Australia, will see African countries pit their talents against their counterparts to win medals and break records. The games ... Read more »
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