Caster Semenya wins that gold medal that her shape this entire season has proven she is capable of winning. She makes that World Championships gold medal into an Olympic gold. The 2 time African Champ led from the start of the race running a blistering 57.59 first lap. She kept it up until the finish line never wavering and finishing with an Olympic record time of 1:55.28. They might have overtook her on the backstraight but Caster olted away on the last 100m. This then once again a new National Record. At the end, three other women in the race ran sub 1:57 and Melissa Bishop from Canada in 4th was also rewarded with a new National Record.