South Africa produced a daughter, Caster Semenya, whose prowess on the athletics track raised eyebrows around the world over her glittering achievements - and testosterone levels, writes Legalbrief. Semenya has taken the International Association of Athletics Federations to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland, for their ruling that she needs to lower her testosterone levels if she wants to continue competing in athletics.
Caster Semenya in the Race of Her Life
Legalbrief, 26 February 2019
South Africa raised a legless son who outran able-bodied athletes before becoming the defendant in one of the biggest criminal trials in history. It also produced a daughter whose… Read more »
Athletics Trio Awaits Ruling On Testosterone Levels
CAJ News, 25 February 2019
THE Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is to deliver its ruling on the controversial call to restrict female athletes' testosterone levels, a decision that will have an impact on… Read more »
NUMSA Backs 'Naturally Superior' Caster Semenya
News24Wire, 23 February 2019
The National Union of Mineworkers of South Africa has come out in support of South African athlete Caster Semenya, declaring that she is "naturally superior". Read more »
Support Caster Semenya, Urges Parliamentary Committee On Sport
News24Wire, 19 February 2019
The Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation has urged South Africans to support Caster Semenya , the country's 800 metres double Olympic champion, in her bid to appeal a new… Read more »
Women Department Throws Its Weight Behind Semenya
SAnews.gov.za, 21 February 2019
The Department of Women has lauded government's efforts to support South Africa's star athlete Caster Semenya through her legal challenge of the International Association of… Read more »
South African athlete Caster Semenya, the women's world 800m champion, is at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland, to challenge proposed International ... Read more »
Caster Semenya has been vilified and harassed for years after her gender testing results were leaked following her victory at the 2009 World Athletics Championships. This weekend ... Read more »
The Olympic, world, Commonwealth and African athletics champion has walked away with the Sports Star, People's Choice and Sportswoman of the Year awards. Read more »
After years of being vilified and harassed after her gender testing results were leaked following her victory at the 2009 World Athletics Championships, Nike has embraced the ... Read more »
South Africa's Caster Semenya wins silver in the women's 800m finals (file photo).
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