September 12, 2009

melastik bintang

Caster Semenya, the 18-year old at the center of one of the biggest gender scandals in sports history, withdrew from a weekend race in South Africa amidst unconfirmed reports that her gender tests have revealed that she has both male and female sexual organs.She was scheduled to compete in the 4,000 meters at the national cross country championships in Pretoria. Semenya's coach, Michael Seme, says his runner "isn't feeling well". Yesterday, unsubstantiated reports from Australia and England said that Semenya's tests showed that she has no womb or ovaries and produces testosterone levels three times higher than a normal woman. The IAAF thinly denies the reports. (The organization's spokesman says he hasn't "seen" the results, which doesn't mean he hasn't "heard" the results. Nor has the IAAF come out and said that the reports are false.) The Today Show aired a report on the Semenya situation this morning: It's another chapter in an unfortunate story. It's easy to get caught up in the sensationalized aspects of Semenya's tale, but let's not forget that she's still just a teenager who is now the centerpiece of an embarrassing worldwide scandal. No matter how things progressed to this point (and we'll get to that later), Semenya is a victim in this story. macam mana nie....? melastik bintang tak mungkin dpt dicapai............

5 comments:

sis_nita said...

salam bro..

menu apa buka pose tadi :)

DrSam said...

tanda kebesaranNya.

persoalannya macamana in the first place sampai boleh buat test tengok genital ni?

besi said...

sis_nita....berbuka makan nasi campur je...


dr sam..sbb laju sgt kot

eddie dewanaga said...

dia ni kita panggil khunsa kan..??
dengar2 dia punya medal yg menang hari tu nak kena tarik balik.

besi said...

bro...sbb acara sukan ada 2 kategori sahaja..lelaki or wanita
khunsa tak de lagi....kena tarik la pingat dia