Controversy Continues for Caster Semenya

Oct 9, 2009
Outside Magazine

Top members of the Athletics South Africa board are being pressured to resign by track and field affiliates of the country, reports the Associated Press. President of the ASA, Leonard Chuene, has admitted to lying about knowledge of gender tests involving 18-year-old Olympic runner Caster Semenya, who was found to have elevated testosterone levels for a woman. An investigation by South Africa's Olympic committee has begun to look into the handling of Semenya's case.

-- Lisa Lombardi

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