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Kenyan Olympic runner Agnes Tirop found dead as police seek husband
Kenyan Olympic runner and two-time world championship bronze medalist Agnes Tirop was found dead at her home Wednesday with stab wounds, and her husband was missing and wanted for questioning, police said.
Explainer: What exactly are track's testosterone rules?
The complex testosterone regulations in track and field have become an issue again at the Olympics after two teenagers from Namibia qualified for the women's 200-metre final despite being banned from some other events because of their natural hormone levels.
Namibian teens stoke new Olympic testosterone controversy
Two 18-year-old Namibian runners threw track and field's contentious testosterone issue back into the Olympic spotlight Monday when they blazed into the women's 200-metre final in Tokyo just weeks after being barred from the 400-metre race.
Fraser-Pryce still seeking defining Olympic moment after 'disappointing' 100m finish
After finishing second in the women's 100 metres at the Tokyo Olympics, to teammate Elaine Thompson-Herah, Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is still looking for her defining Olympic moment.
Denied ticket over COVID, Guinean Olympian clings to dream
On the mat, Fatoumata Yarie Camara qualified for the Tokyo Olympics, the only athlete from Guinea to do so. Off the mat, she has battled the beliefs of her culture and family that women don't belong in sports.
2 athletes in Olympic Village test positive for COVID-19
Two South African soccer players have become the first athletes inside the Olympic Village to test positive for COVID-19, with the Tokyo Games opening on Friday.
Namibia teenagers out of Olympic 400m over high natural testosterone levels
Two 18-year-old female runners from Namibia won't be allowed to run in the 400 metres at the Tokyo Olympics after medical tests showed they have high natural testosterone levels.
Still too fast: Olympic champ Caster Semenya arrested for speeding
Olympic champion Caster Semenya was sentenced to 50 hours of community service for speeding while driving in South Africa, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Caster Semenya begins final legal bid to defend Olympic title
Caster Semenya's lawyers said Thursday that she will be going to the European Court of Human Rights to challenge "discriminatory" rules that are stopping her from competing in certain track events because of her high natural testosterone.
Caster Semenya taking testosterone regulations fight to European Court of Human Rights
Caster Semenya's lawyer said Tuesday they will take her case to the European Court of Human Rights in a likely last-ditch legal challenge against regulations that require the runner and other female athletes to artificially lower their natural testosterone levels to compete.