BREAKING NEWS: Caster Semenya loses her long legal battle against track and field’s rules limiting female runners’ naturally high testosterone levels.‬

‪BREAKING: Caster Semenya loses her long legal battle against track and field’s rules limiting female runners’ naturally high testosterone levels.‬

‪Two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya lost her long legal battle Tuesday against track and field’s rules that limit female runners’ naturally high testosterone levels.‬

‪Switzerland’s supreme court said its judges dismissed Semenya’s appeal against a Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling last year that upheld the rules drafted by track’s governing body affecting female runners with differences of sex development (DSD).‬

‪The 71-page ruling means Semenya cannot defend her Olympic 800-meter title at the Tokyo Games next year — or compete at any top meets in distances from 400 meters to the mile — unless she agrees to lower her testosterone level through medication or surgery‬

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