Semenya lauded as questions linger
JOHANNESBURG -- Looking relaxed but shy and awkward under the glare of media attention, South African runner Caster Semenya returned home Tuesday amid questions about her gender after her stunning 800-meter win at the world championships.
The president of Athletics South Africa, Leonard Chuene, was
defiant and said he had resigned from his seat on the IAAF board to
protest the organization's treatment of Semenya. She is not accused
of trying to cheat, but of perhaps unknowingly having a ...
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