How Caster Semenya could alter the bounds of women's sport
Clip: 05/03/2019 | 9m 32s
In athletics, who defines a man and a woman? A court has ordered South African runner and Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya to take drugs to suppress her naturally high testosterone levels if she wants to continue to compete. William Brangham talks to USA Today's Christine Brennan and former Olympian Madeleine Pape, who once raced against Semenya and is now earning a sociology PhD in gender.
Aired: 05/03/19Video has closed captioning.
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