Press Trust of India | Thursday July 30, 2015
Dutee Chand has been cleared by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to be immediately and unconditionally eligible to compete after being barred from competing against women because her natural testosterone levels were too high.
Indo-AsianNews Service | Tuesday July 28, 2015
A three-member panel of the apex court in sports chaired by Justice Annabelle Claire Bennett suspended the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) regulation governing eligibility of females with naturally-occurring hyperandrogenism. This allowed Dutee Chand, a 100 and 200m specialist, to be "immediately and unconditionally eligib...
Reuters | Tuesday July 28, 2015
Dutee Chand feels her life is back on track after being cleared to race following the Court of Arbitration for Sport's (CAS) ruling on gender testing guidelines.
JohnBranch, The New York Times | Tuesday July 28, 2015
An arbitration panel in Switzerland ruled that it was not necessary for I.A.A.F., track and field's governing body, to exclude female athletes with high testosterone levels. The court was ruling on a case involving the Indian sprinter Dutee Chand that is the latest demonstration that biological gender is part of a spectrum.
Press Trust of India | Friday May 22, 2015
Ankit Sharma, a medal contender for the June 3-7 continental showpiece in Wuhan, was not included in the Indian team announced on May 14. Dutee Chand can still make it to the Indian team if she does well in the women's 4x100m relay trials on May 27 though she failed to make the cut in individual events.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 31, 2015
Dutee Chand has been given the go ahead only for the June event in China and will have to sit out of other continental or international events.
SupritaDas | Thursday February 12, 2015
Holder of multiple junior national sprint records, Dutee's career was brought to a halt, when the Athletics Federation of India (AFI), dropped her from the squad for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 11, 2015
In overall standings, Services Sports Control Board (SSCB) remained the undisputed numero uno on the 11th day of competitions with 107 medals (66 gold, 19 silver and 22 bronze). Haryana rose to the second spot with 71 medals (30 gold, 25 silver and 16 bronze) while Maharashtra slipped to third on account of lesser gold medals with a total tally 103...
Press Trust of India | Tuesday February 10, 2015
At the athletics arena, Dutee Chand, representing Odisha, broke the meet record in the heats itself, clocking 11.83 seconds in the women's 100m sprint to better the previous mark of 11.84sec set by H M Jyothi in the 2011 edition. The 19-year-old is fighting a legal battle to compete internationally again after she was banned for failing a controver...
Press Trust of India | Thursday December 18, 2014
Court of Arbitration for Sports has reportedly granted permission to Dutee Chand to compete in national events after she challenged IAAF's hyperandrogenism policy, which bars female athletes having higher level of male hormones.
Tuesday July 22, 2014
Dutee Chand was born in a poor weaver family in 1996 and became a national champion in 2012 Under-18 category when she clocked 11.8 seconds in the 100 metres event.
Press Trust of India | Saturday July 19, 2014
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand was dropped for the Commonwealth Games after she failed the test that was conducted to check the level of androgen in her body.
Press Trust of India | Thursday July 17, 2014
Dutee Chand's career has entered into a crossroad after medical tests revealed that she was not eligible to compete in the female category due to high testosterone levels in her body.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 16, 2014
Dutee Chand's last-minute exclusion from the Indian athletics team for the upcoming Glasgow Commonwealth Games on Tuesday led to speculation over the outcome of the test she reportedly underwent recently in Bangalore.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 15, 2014
The dropping of 18-year-old sprinter Dutee Chand at the last minute by Athletics Federation of India from the Commonwealth Games team raised suspicion over her reported gender test. The Sports Authority of India had confirmed that a woman athlete underwent a gender test recently though it refused to name her.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 15, 2014
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has reportedly been under the scanner with the Sports Authority of India having ordered a gender test on her.
Press Trust of India | Saturday May 10, 2014
Dutee Chand clocked a remarkable 11.63 secs in the women's 100m dash event that erased the earlier national junior record of 11.75s held by Saraswati Dey since 1996 by a huge margin.
Suprita Das | Thursday September 26, 2013
The 17-year-old from Odisha is the current national champion in 100m, and won gold in both 100 and 200m at the recently concluded National Open Athletics Championships in Ranchi.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 11, 2013
The Asian bronze medallist, who won gold in the 100m sprint yesterday, was just three hundredth of a second faster than her nearest rival Chavi Sharawat of Railways in today's final at the Birsa Munda Athletic Stadium.
Press Trust of India | Sunday July 7, 2013
Besides, the gold from relay team comprising M R Poovamma, Tintu Luka, Anu Mariam Jose and Nirmala, India won a silver and a bronze in men's triple jump through Renjith Maheswary and Arpinder Singh. India also bagged a silver and bronze in women's 200m through Asha Roy and Dutee Chand respectively.
Indo-Asian News Service | Friday July 13, 2012
Dutee Chand of Orissa smashed the National and meet records with two blistering runs while winning the girls' 100 metres sprint in the 9th National Youth Athletics championship here on Friday, clocking 11.85 seconds in the final, slightly slower than her 11.80 in the semi-final heat.