JOHANNESBURG - October 9, 2009 The South African Press Association reported Friday that the
associations have called on the Athletics South Africa board and
senior management to "take collective responsibility for the
Semenya gender row fiasco and resign with immediate effect."
ASA president Leonard Chuene has admitted he lied about the
tests performed on the 18-year-old athlete. The three ASA
affiliates are Boland, Eastern Province and Western Province.
Semenya won the 800 meters at the Berlin world championships in
August. Before the final, the world governing body of track and
field said it had ordered gender tests on the runner.
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