Caster Semenya to be allowed to compete after controversial IAAF ruling suspended
Caster Semenya will be allowed to compete in races of all distances without medication to limit her testosterone levels after a successful appeal against the recent IAAF ruling.
Semenya has won her appeal against the controversial IAAF change which required her to use medication to lower her testosterone levels in 400m to 1500m races.
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