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" Can I be your side chick " a woman asked Caster Semenya after posting this picture

Mokgadi Caster Semenya OIB is a South African middle-distance runner and winner of two Olympic gold medals and three World Championships in the women's 800 metres.


Semenya is an intersex woman, assigned female at birth, with XY chromosomes and naturally elevated testosterone levels caused by the presence of internal testes. Following her victory at the 2009 World Championships, she was made to undergo sex testing, and cleared to return to competition the following year.


The South African was almost unstoppable until World Athletics implemented a new policy for DSD athletes, including Semenya, that compelled them to reduce their testosterone levels to less than 5 nmol/L if they wanted to compete in elite events between 400m and a mile.


Semenya married her long-term partner, Violet Raseboya, in December 2015. They revealed that Violet Raseboya gave birth to their daughter in 2020. In October 2016, the IAAF announced that Semenya was shortlisted for women's 2016 World Athlete of the Year.


The South African was nearly unstoppable until World Athletics implemented a new rules requiring DSD athletes, including Semenya, to lower their testosterone levels to less than 5 nmol/L in order to compete in elite events between 400m and a mile.


In December 2015, Semenya married Violet Raseboya, her long-term lover. Violet Raseboya gave birth to their daughter in 2020, they disclosed. Semenya was named a finalist for the 2016 World Athlete of the Year award by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in October 2016.

With her perfect physic it is no wonder why many women will throw themselves at her , like this one who saw Caster Semenya picture and asked if she could be her side chick.


Source:https://twitter.com/caster800m/status/1527202628098195459?s=19

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