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Semenya Out Of Commonwealth Games

South African star succumbs to undisclosed back injury.

Big Names Out At Commonwealth Games

Recent back troubles may keep reigning 800-meter world champion Caster Semenya out of next week's Commonwealth Games, says her coach,

Chuene Accused Of “Gross Misconduct”

South African Athletics president ignored medical advice by allowing Caster Semenya to compete. Leonard Chuene, the suspended president of

Semenya Eyeing Olympic Double

Reigning world 800-meter champion thinking of adding a 1,500-meter title to her resume. Saying she’s unfazed by the gender

Gay Wins Big In Brussels

Caster Semenya loses her first race of the season in women’s 800 meters. Tyson Gay ended his Diamond League season in style on Friday

Questions Still Surround Semenya

Rivals continue to voice concerns as reigning world champion returns to top form. Returning to the track where she dominated the 800 meters

Semenya Eyeing A Big Race In Berlin

Reigning world champion returns to site of last year’s record-setting performance. Caster Semenya says she wants to put the past year

Semenya Scores Another Victory

Reigning world champion wins easily again in Finland. Caster Semenya, the 19-year-old South African who returned to competition earlier

Semenya Wins In Return To Track

Reigning world 800-meter champion runs 2:04 at low-key meet in Finland. Caster Semenya, the 19-year-old South African who dominated the

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