Semenya, subject of a controversial gender-testing investigation three years ago, runs her first Olympic final tonight in London.</p. When "controversial" Caster Semenya steps onto the London track for her historic try in the women's 800-meter
Caster Semenya wins silver. South African Caster Semenya came up just short of the gold in the 800-meter dash that many thought she would win, but it was a remarkable performance in many ways. First, let me shed some light on the race.
Johannesburg – Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula dismissed talk that silver Olympic medallist Caster Semenya held back on gold to avoid further controversy. “This is a beerhall talk,” said Mbalula on Monday. Semenya admitted to having left her “kick” too
In 2009, when South African runner Caster Semenya won the world title, the victory combined with what many viewed as masculine physical traits lead to an inquiry by her country's governing body into whether she was actually a woman. That's why, Slate
LONDON — Caster Semenya perched herself on a lane marker behind the start of the 800 meters and took a few moments to absorb what it feels like to be an Olympian. She took some deep breaths, then got up, walked to the stagger start and went straight