After a tough week which saw Caster Semenya fail in her attempt to block new IAAF rules in the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the World Champion bounced back on Friday and won what may be her final 800m race. On Wednesday the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruled that the IAAF is allowed to introduce rules which are aimed at restricting the testosterone levels of certain female athletes in the 400m to 1-mile…"Caster and the CAS decision"
Caster Semenya showed off her incredible talent as she picked up three gold medals from three different distances at the ASA Senior Track and Field Championships at the Germiston Athletics Stadium on Saturday – and she never even competed in her favourite 800m."Semenya gets a third medal"
DAY 2: Friday, April 26 Caster Semenya wrapped up a rare double, cruising to another national title on Friday 26 April as she closed out a thrilling second day of action at the Sizwe Medical Fund and 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track and Field and Combined Events Championships at Germiston Athletics Stadium. Taking the lead at the gun, Semenya stormed clear to win the women’s 1,500m final in 4:13.59. She finished nearly 16 seconds ahead of…"Caster adds a second"
Caster Semenya decided to move up in distance, taking on the 1500m and 5000m at the 2019 Sizwe Medical Fund & 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track & Field and Combined Events Championships at the Germiston Athletics Stadium on Thursday 25 April."Caster wins 5 000m"
Global champions Luke Davids and Sokwakhana “Soks” Zazini lived up to the hype on Thursday (28 March 2019) securing national titles in their specialist events on the opening day of the Twizza ASA U18 and U20 Track & Field Championships at the Dal Josaphat Athletics Stadium in Paarl. Davids, who lined up as the firm favourite in the junior men’s 100m final after winning the short sprint title at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires…"Davids, Zazini shine at youth champs"