Caster Semenya says she will return to competitive running on June 24 at a meet in Zaragoza, Spain.

The 800-metre world champion said that she had agreed to the request by Athletics South Africa to wait for the results of her gender verification tests, which are expected in June.

Semenya said she had reflected on the events of the past week and decided to wait for the IAAF “to complete its process.” Semenya was prevented from running at a meet in Stellenbosch by ASA and threatened legal action.

She said she would seek confirmation from the IAAF that it would complete the process by the beginning of June and still believed the decision to stop her competing was “unlawful and wrongful.”

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