Three years after being forced to undergo gender tests after winning the world title in a stunningly fast 1 minute, 55.45 seconds at age 18, Caster Semenya can introduce herself as an Olympic medalist.
In 2010, South African runner Caster Semenya endured public scrutiny after she had to go under a gender test to verify that she was a woman. With that behind her, she's now advancing in the 800-meter competition.
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