Caster Semenya Gender Row

‘I’m targeted because I’m undefeated’ — Caster

The 28 year-old has been embroiled in a bitter legal battle with the IAAF over rules that force female athletes to regulate their testosterone levels

What we talk about when we talk about Caster Semenya

Semenya's fight tells us much about how the world sees black women, especially as they compete for gold.

Caster to appeal CAS ruling

The Olympic gold medallist will appeal the ruling which is set to bar her from participating without artificially reducing her testosterone levels

Athletics SA appeal Semenya judgment

The next chapter in the prolonged battle to secure the professional future of Caster Semenya is about to be written

Semenya verdict ‘beyond absurd’

The rejection of her appeal flirts with scientific facts, leaving room for ambiguity

Caster’s fate to be announced by sports body on Wednesday

IAAF to rule whether naturally occurring higher testosterone of Olympic champion is legal

Meet the experts who will determine Semenya’s fate

We take a look at some of the experts who will be called up in Caster Semenya’s case at the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Semenya’s lawyers slam IAAF for ‘confidentiality breach’

Earlier on Monday, the IAAF published on its website the names of those who it hopes will justify the need for the new rules in female competition

Caster Semenya case kicks off

Semenya is fighting regulations that would require her to lower her testosterone levels artificially

Navaratilova backs Semenya ahead of IAAF gender rule hearing

The tennis great has come to the defence of champion Caster Semenya ahead of next week's landmark hearing

IAAF ‘expects’ CAS to reject Caster’s appeal case

If Semenya's appeal is dismissed, she would be ineligible for the entire circuit of top-tier Diamond League meetings, which run from May to September

Caster Semenya’s body is being claimed by self-important armchair pundits

'Her body, seen as an anomaly, is no longer hers. It “belongs” to sports bodies, media houses and quick-on-the-draw armchair pundits ... '

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