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Jacaranda News Jul 30
Replying to @JacaNews
: “I am very disappointed to be kept from defending my hard-earned title, but this will not deter me from continuing my fight for the human rights of all of the female athletes concerned.”
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Thabile Ngwato Jul 31
Our set looks so beautiful with all around it✊🏽 📸:
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Jacaranda News Jul 30
Replying to @JacaNews
's lawyer Dorothee Schramm says a single judge of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court reversed prior rulings that had temporarily suspended the IAAF Regulations.
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Jacaranda News Jul 30
Replying to @JacaNews
Schramm: The judge’s procedural decision has no impact on the appeal itself. We will continue to pursue Caster’s appeal and fight for her fundamental human rights. A race is always decided at the finish line
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Times of India Jun 14
to run 800m in Rabat after court victory Read 👉
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Farrah Khan Aug 23
The researchers of a study used to justify the disqualification of Olympic gold medalist are expected to issue a correction that casts further suspicion on decision to ban the athlete unless she medically alters her body. Let Caster race!
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EWN Reporter Jun 13
Replying to @ewnreporter
Semenya says "No woman should be subjected to these rules. I thought hard about not running the 800m in solidarity unless all women can run free. But I will run now to show the IAAF that they cannot drug us.” BD
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Ade Adedoyin Jul 1
Caster Semenya suggests the long running legal battle with the IAAF could have very damaging consequences. “It destroys mentally and physically”
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Trace Lysette Jul 30
Annnnnd here we go again... more policing of women’s bodies. She is a gift, let her run.
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eNCA Jun 12
After winning the 2000m event in Paris, paid a visit. Courtesy
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Adrian Harrop Sep 29
I’ve just nominated for The ST’s Sportswoman of the Year Award. I encourage all my followers to do the same. Thank you Caster — for everything you’ve done, for everything you represent & for everything you fight for. 😊✊🏽🥇🇿🇦
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Hong Kong 2022 Aug 10
won’t stop fighting for her right to run!
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Gender&SexualityLaw Sep 27
Fantastic panel next Tuesday on policing sex categories in competitive sports - come join us! 's lawyers and (co-author of T: An Unauthorized Biography) will be there!
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Caster Semenya Nov 20
Even if you were born in a dusty, rural village, you can be whoever you want. Went back to where it all began together with . Check out my Birthplace of Dreams story here.
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Pan Africa ILGA Jun 12
Congratulations to Caster Semenya for yet another win. Semenya was victorious in the 2000m race at the Meeting de Montreuil.
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Phillip Picardi Jul 23
Covering our August Issue is one of the fastest women in the world: . At the height of her glory—racking up wins and shattering records—Caster was accused of having an unfair advantage on the track. Now, she’s in the fight for her life.
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Superior Logic✊🏾 Jun 13
I think South Africa and the rest of real black African countries must cut ties with Morocco. We need nothing from them. They stopped from competing on weekend, for why? Arab Racists
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eNCA Aug 14
says her achievements are a result of hard work and her appearance does not define her. Courtesy
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🍃❤️Rakgadi Hoe ❤️🍃 Jun 13
Mr Mbatha Dealing with every comment in the Replies accordingly on LRT “Sanamabish” took me out 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
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Eazy-Ed🌐 Sep 27
Replying to @BBCSport @BBCTwo
It's all the hatred in her heart slowing her down. She could've been better had she just concentrated on herself than hating . 🙄😂😂
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