South African runner Caster Semenya is still facing troubles from her gender testing scandal.
As previously reported the International Association of Athletics Federation sent the 19-year-old for gender testing to determine if she was truly born a woman after she unexpectedly won an 800-meter competition.
There has been speculation that the test results have been given and are being withheld from the public but the IAAF maintains that final results will not be expected until June.
Until then, the organization has cleared her to run in upcoming competitions.
Unfortunately for Semenya, she’s facing opposition at the events.
The Associated Press reports that when she appeared at a meet in Stellenbosch, South Africa, the organizers would not let her participate.
Before that, Semenya was denied participation at the national championships in Durban, South Africa, and the 13th IAAF World Indoor Championships in March.