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Springbok Casino Running Trigger Happy Promo this May

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Semenya Loses Right to Compete as Woman in Races

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The Court of Arbitration for Sport addressed head on the question that it has been struggling to answer for decades: What is the best way to decide who can compete in women’s events? The court agreed that placing restrictions on permitted levels of natural testosterone was discriminatory but it had no choice since it was a “necessary, reasonable and proportionate means” of preserving the integrity of female competition.

The issue was brought to the highest court by the International Association of Athletics Federation which said it that was grateful for the ruling. The association has always argued that athletes such as Semenya had an unfair advantage over other women due to their extra muscle mass and power.

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