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Caster competes, but debate continues MP3

South Africa's 21-year-old middle-distance runner, Caster Semenya, competed at Olympic Park in London overnight, in her first world-class outing since being forced to undergo a gender test three years ago. At the time, she described the procedure as 'unwarranted and invasive', and the regime remains contentious. One biomedical ethicist says the International Olympic Committee's current guidelines are discriminatory, ... Source: abc.net.au

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