May 29, 2019
A New Era In The Women's 800: With Caster Semenya Exiting, Ajee' Wilson Is Poised To Take Over As World #1
On Thursday, for the first time since 2015, a Diamond League women's 800-meter race will be won by an athlete that is not 46 XY DSD. As an event, the women's 800 is about to change, massively. The question is, how?
May 02, 2019
Guest Column by Amby Burfoot: Let Semenya run free … in the 1500
The 1968 Boston Marathon champ who wrote a 5,000+ word piece in support of the IAAF's regulations regarding Caster Semenya says he felt "no joy" when he read the CAS decision yesterday, and is now actually hoping the IAAF lets Semenya run the 1500.
April 22, 2019
The Whole World Is Watching: Caster Semenya vs IAAF
July 29, 2016
Brenda Martinez on the Intersex Controversy at the 800 at the Olympics: "I think it worked out to my benefit where I'm not running the 8 because it's Caster (Semenya), it's Francine (Niyonsaba), it's (Margaret) Wambui"
April 21, 2016
LaShawn Merritt And Kirani James On Track To Collide In Rio, Is Yohan Blake Back? Donovan Brazier Stumbles, A Marathon Legend Retires And Women's Sport May Be Changing For The Worse
Get up to speed as we span the track and field globe.
July 28, 2015
The End Of Women's Sports As We Know It? Is Caster Semenya The Favorite For Gold For The 2016 Olympics? The Court Of Arbitration For Sport Suspends IAAF's Hyperandrogenism Regulations
September 18, 2014
A Brief History of Intersex Athletes in Sport
Caster Semenya was a big story in 2011. Dutee Chand is a big story this year, and maybe Margaret Wambui? Some people are under the misconception that these are isolated incidents. They are not. A guest column on the intersex issue facing women's sports, by a former 2:23 men's marathoner who is now a multi-time national champ as a woman.