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Caster Semenya: IAAF denies it will tell court athletes like South African should be classed as male

BBC News Thursday, 14 February 2019
Caster Semenya: IAAF denies it will tell court athletes like South African should be classed as maleThe IAAF denies it will tell a court female athletes with high testosterone levels like Caster Semenya should be classified as male.
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