After close to a year of “forced” exile, Caster Semenya of South Africa can now compete again in International Meets, as a woman.
Semenya was cleared by the world track and field authority, The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) the other day, though the medical details remain confidential.
Semenya, the 2009 800m World Champion last competed in the World Championships last August 2009 at Berlin.
Don’t expect her to be as sharp as last year when she joins the Diamond League or other International Meets this month. But by the next outdoor season in May, expect her fury and revenge at the track!
Below is the link to the write up: