Despite the media frenzy about her transgender testing, Caster Semenya is free to compete in upcoming International competitions.
As previously reported, Semenya underwent gender testing by the IAAF to determine if she was truly born a woman after unexpectedly winning an 800-meter competition.
Although the results were thought complete and being kept quiet, the IAAF maintains that the testing is still “ongoing.”
Despite that, the sprinter form Johannesburg is free to run again.
She was also allowed to keep her 800-meter gold medal from the IAAF World Championships where she dusted her competition at a time of 1 minute 55 seconds.
Semenya will race in local competitions before making her International return.