Caster Semenya has filed an appeal against the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision to uphold an IAAF ruling requiring the double Olympic 800m champion to medically lower her testosterone levels in order to compete.
Caster Semenya Lodges Appeal Against Testosterone Ruling
allAfrica, 30 May 2019
Double Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya is to appeal a Court of Arbitration ruling against her. Read more »
Caster Semenya - the Legal and Ethical Issues That Should Concern Us All
The Conversation Africa, 27 May 2019
Early last year the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) introduced regulations requiring South African 800m Olympic champion Caster Semenya - and other middle… Read more »
Caster Semenya at the Meeting de Paris (file photo).
The International Association of Athletic Federations has responded to a letter from the World Medical Association regarding the ethics of the athletics body's gender ... Read more »
In reaction to the loss of the landmark case, Semenya is quoted by The New York Times as saying, "I know that the IAAF's regulations have always targeted me specifically. For a ... Read more »
South African two-time Olympic 800-metre champion Caster Semenya has lost her appeal against rules designed to decrease naturally high testosterone levels in some female runners. Read more »
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