Running in her favoured 800m on Friday, 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.
Semenya won in a new Commonwealth Games record of 1:56.68.
Kenya’s Margaret Wambui was a distant second in 1:58.07, while Jamaica’s Natoya Goule took bronze in 1:58.82.
CASTER SEMENYA CLINCHES HISTORIC DOUBLE GOLD 👏👏👏
Semenya wins the women’s 800m in a new GR of 1:56.68.
A clean sweep of all major 800m titles Olympics, world championships and Commonwealth Games.
— gsport4girls (@gsport4girls) April 13, 2018