Looks like South African runner Caster Semenya will be able to keep the gold medal she won at the recent world championships in Berlin. The public humiliation? That will stay
South African runner Caster Semenya will keep her 800-meter gold medal from the world championships, and the results of her gender tests will be kept confidential
Women's 800-meter world champion Caster Semenya receives a hero's welcome upon returning to South Africa. Semenya is embroiled in a gender-determination controversy.
Caster Semenya becomes the world champion in the 800 meters. The South African shattered the field with a time of 1:55.45.
Caster Semenya knew she had blown it by starting out too slowly in her first Olympic final. She knew her coach was going to criticize her. Based
from the media glare in London. In the 800 meters, Caster Semenya of South Africa makes her Olympic debut, three years ..... Botswana Bronze: Christine Ohuruogu, Britain 800 Gold: Caster Semenya , South Africa Silver: Pamela Jelimo, Kenya Bronze
Walcott of Trinidad and Tobago in the men's javelin; and Mariya Savinova of Russia in the women's 800, with Caster Semenya of South Africa getting the silver three years after being forced to take gender tests. The U.S. victory in the
his butt off to get it,'' defending 400 champion LaShawn Merritt of the U.S. ''He's here now.'' As is Caster Semenya , the 800-meter runner who led her team into the stadium for the opening ceremonies as South Africa's flag-bearer
Richards-Ross, United States Silver: Amantle Montsho, Botswana Bronze: Christine Ohuruogu, Britain 800 Gold: Caster Semenya , South Africa Silver: Pamela Jelimo, Kenya Bronze: Mariya Savinova, Russia 1,500 Gold: Yekaterina Martynova
Only Florence Griffith-Joyner has run a faster time than Jeter in the 100. Twitter handle is (at)CarmelitaJeter Caster Semenya , South Africa The 21-year-old Semenya is making her Olympics debut in London - but she's already gone through