South African queen, has done it again: Caster Semenya
South African star Caster Semenya, female athlete has done it again, she won another gold in commonwealth.
She stand to be at the top as she destroyed destroyed a strong field in the women’s 800m final at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast on Friday.
Caster Semenya won South Africa’s 13th gold medal on Friday the 13th as she won the 800m in a 1min 56.68sec Games record to secure her double
Running in her favoured 800m there was no stopping SA’s queen of the track as she romped to victory, adding to her success in the 1 500m earlier in the week
Ealier this week she won 150m, led from the front and was unchallenged as she stormed home first ahead of Kenya’s Margaret Wambui and Natoye Goule of Jamaica.
Her victory kept Team SA firmly in fifth position on the log‚ three gold medals ahead of New Zealand.
The country’s hopes of winning 15 gold medals rest firmly on the men’s 4x100m relay on Saturday and the Blitzboks in the rugby sevens on Sunday.