The Tokyo Olympics begin this week, but the longstanding issue of gender testing in sports has raised its head following the exclusion of two women runners from the 400m race. What was the reason? Their natural testosterone levels are too high, disqualifying them from entering the race. This leads to questions about why women are still being tested for testosterone and if is it appropriate?

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