Will Caster Semenya compete (without suppressors) one last time at SA Champs?

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Caster Semenya. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Caster Semenya. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

South Africa's golden girl Caster Semenya could compete for the final time without hormone suppressors at Athletics South Africa's (ASA) Track and Field National Championships in Potchefstroom later this week.

Semenya is at a career crossroads following World Athletics' latest policy banning trans athletes and imposing stricter rules for women athletes with differences in sexual development (DSD).

Under the previous rules, Semenya could compete in any event below the 400m mark or above the 1 500m without having to take testosterone-suppressing supplements.

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