Olympic champion Caster Semenya has run her first public race in eight months and says she will be back in top-level track despite currently being banned from competing in her favorite event
GERALD IMRAY AP Sports Writer
February 15, 2020, 9:09 AM
4 min read
Caster Semenya ran her first public race in eight months and broke the national 300-meter record at a low-level meet at a South African university before proclaiming: “I’m here to stay.”
The Olympic 800-meter champion said the race Friday night at the University of Johannesburg, which also featured high school students, was her season-opening event.
“Track and field, you will still see my face,” Semenya said after winning the