JACK ANDERSON: Being fair to Caster Semenya and athletes with a difference

Sports law chatter this week has been dominated by the decision of the IAAF — the world governing body of athletics — to release its regulations on Athletes with Differences of Sexual Development, writes Jack Anderson.

South Africa's Caster Semenya celebrates winning the women's 800m final at the 2018 Commonwealth Games last month. Picture: Michael Dodge

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