Sunday, August 21, 2016

South African Runner With High Testosterone Level Wins Gold In 800m

The South African runner who has been bashed with controversy of high testosterone levels claimed victory at the Olympics on Saturday as she won gold in the 800-meter.

Semenya won her first Olympic gold in a personal-best of one minute 55.28 seconds - a national record and one of the top 20 times ever in the two-lap race.

Burundi's Francine Niyonsaba took silver over a second behind the dominant Semenya. Kenya's Margaret Wambui took bronze in an all-African podium.