1. Dr Miriam Stoppard: Athlete gives sport an ethical dilemma  Mirror Online
  2. United Nations backs S. Africa's Semenya in case against IAAF  New Zimbabwe.com
  3. IAAF criticises United Nations Human Rights Council for passing Semenya resolution containing "generic and inaccurate statements"  Insidethegames.biz
  4. UN-backed Semenya optimistic of CAS success in battle with IAAF  SowetanLIVE Sunday World
  5. 'Unscientific' regulation of testosterone levels in female athletes  Radio New Zealand
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The controversial case of 800m champ Caster Semenya, whose testosterone levels are high, has rocked women's sport The controversial case of 800m champ Caster Semenya, whose testosterone levels are high, has rocked women's sport

Dr Miriam Stoppard: Athlete gives sport an ethical dilemma - Miriam Stoppard - Mirror Online

NewZimbabwe.com – The Zimbabwe News You Trust is Zimbabwe’s leading online newspaper and published by New Zimbabwe Media Ltd. The platform brings you the latest breaking News, Business, Showbiz, Sports, Diaspora and gives you everything you’ve come to expect and love.Africa News Semenya received support from the United Nations this week as they adopted a resolution tabled by South Africa “aimed at eliminating discrimination against women and girls in sport, giving significant global weight from a human rights perspective to Caster Semenya’s case”, according to a media release from the South African government. The resolution

United Nations backs S. Africa's Semenya in case against IAAF - NewZimbabwe.com

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has released a statement attacking the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), afte... The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has released a statement attacking the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), afte...

IAAF criticises United Nations Human Rights Council for passing Semenya resolution containing "generic and inaccurate statements"

The Council adopted a resolution tabled by South Africa at the UN which is aimed at eliminating discrimination against women and girls in sports.The Council adopted a resolution tabled by South Africa at the UN which is aimed at eliminating discrimination against women and girls in sports.

Sports Dept welcomes UN Human Rights Council decision to defend Semenya

The International Association of Athletics Federations has denied that a new ruling will label South African Olympic medalist Caster Semenya, and other hyperandrogenic athletes, as "biologically male".The International Association of Athletics Federations has denied that a new ruling will label South African Olympic medalist Caster Semenya, and other hyperandrogenic athletes, as "biologically male".

“Court of Arbitration for Sport has pushed decision on Caster Semenya case against IAAF to end of April. Should have been imminent. Clearly proving to be tricky to decide. When it comes, it will be a big ruling: https://t.co/S4C2XNJ05g”

Murad Ahmed on Twitter: "Court of Arbitration for Sport has pushed decision on Caster Semenya case against IAAF to end of April. Should have been imminent. Clearly proving to be tricky to decide. When it comes, it will be a big ruling: https://t.co/S4C2XNJ05g"

Double Olympic 800-metres champion Caster Semenya is “optimistic” of success in her appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over eligibility regulations in athletics for female classification.Double Olympic 800-metres champion Caster Semenya is “optimistic” of success in her appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over eligibility regulations in athletics for female classification.

UN-backed Semenya optimistic of CAS success in battle with IAAF

The Switzerland-based Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has decided to delay to April 2019 its ruling on a challenge by South African Olympic Champion Caster Semenya.Semenya filed against the IAA

Caster Semenya IAAF verdict delayed until end of April – Political Analysis South Africa

Caster Semenya remains optimistic that CAS will declare the IAAF’s Regulations unlawful, invalid and of no effect, her lawyers said.Caster Semenya remains optimistic that CAS will declare the IAAF’s Regulations unlawful, invalid and of no effect, her lawyers said.

Semenya optimistic of CAS success in battle with IAAF | eNCA

New rules to reduce naturally high testosterone levels in female athletes have been branded "unscientific".New rules to reduce naturally high testosterone levels in female athletes have been branded "unscientific".

'Unscientific' regulation of testosterone levels in female athletes | RNZ News