Her latest move suggests that Semenya could potentially be preparing for a career outside of athletics.
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Double Olympic champion Caster Semenya could trade her running shoes for football boots as early as next year after the 28-year-old signed for South African women's club JVW FC. The South African athlete will not be able to defend her 800 meters title at the world championships later this month after the Swiss Federal Tribunal reversed a ruling that temporarily lifted testosterone regulations imposed on her.Her latest move suggests that Semenya could potentially be preparing for a career outside of athletics.Semenya is not the first track athlete in recent times to try to kick-start a football career, with Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt securing a trial at Australian outfit Central Coast Mariners last year.
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