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08 July 2010

Semenya back on track

After being prodded and poked and seeing her most intimate details pored over in the press, Caster Semenya was limbering up to race again after being cleared to run as a woman.

After being prodded and poked and seeing her most intimate details pored over in the press, South African world champion runner Caster Semenya was limbering up to race again after being cleared to run as a woman.

It took only a three-line statement from the IAAF to press play on Semenya's career, which had been on hold since she won the 800m gold at the world championships in Berlin last year.

 
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