Before the race, IAAF spokesman Nick Davies stressed this is a "medical issue, not an issue of cheating." He said the "extremely complex" testing has begun. The process requires a physical medical evaluation and includes reports from a gynecologist, endocrinologist, psychologist, internal medicine specialist and gender expert.Extremely complex?
Have the luminaries looked at the birth certificate and checked out her medical records about what kind of equipment she was born with - or has now?
Further, the South African team manager's words sure indicate to me that the spot where they filled in the gender of the individual was not a decision based on genetics:
Doesn't say the teenager is a female, was therefore entered as a female, the tests will prove she is a female and the young woman should be apolgized to. He says they made the decision to enter the person as a female and they'd like to keep it that way."We entered Caster as a woman and we want to keep it that way," Mlangeni-Tsholetsane said. "Our conscience is clear in terms of Caster. We have no reservations at all about that."
Give me a break.