The South African is going down like a martyr in her battle with the IAAF for the right to compete as a woman.
Caster lost her appeal against the world athletics body at the CAS earlier this month that will force women with different sexual development (DSD) to take testosterone-inhibiting drugs to run in competition.
With Caster being thrown out of the world championship event, the 800m, and the event she bosses, it seemed like she was being targeted.
It turns out that the IAAF, headed by boss Sebastian Coe, say they are not targeting her and that there are others like Semenya.
According to an IAAF statement, 7.1 in a 1 000 athletes competing as women are in the same boat “and their presence on the podium is much more frequent”.
Apparently this battle is a lot more high stakes than was thought and not just a witch hunt targeting our golden girl - there are lots more witches.
Hopefully, the IAAF will not allow these women to be publicly humiliated.
Or maybe they will stand up alongside Caster and help fight to compete with dignity as women.
With an appeal being led by Athletics South Africa, I wish that these women do stand to make a united front.
Otherwise, they will have to move on and make a class for these DSD athletes.
That or Caster is being made to suffer in vain.