"She is really looking forward to the competition but is not expecting anything great," her manager Jukka Harkonen said Thursday. "She's in the middle of her training right now, but needs the experience of competing again."
Semenya, who has not raced competitively since winning the 800-meter world title in Berlin in August 2009, was cleared to return Tuesday by the International Association of Athletics Federations. That ended an 11-month stalemate over her status following gender verification tests and means she can continue running as a woman.
Good for her. She's been out of the sport for long enough, for something that should have never disqualified her in the first place.