Dutee Chand pulled out all the stops to run at the Olympics, even taking the international track federation to court in her bid to get to Rio de Janeiro.
She won that legal battle and, ultimately, it got her just 11.69 seconds of competition in heat five of the 100 meters on Friday.
Chand said it was worth every tiny moment at the Olympic Stadium.
Chand's victory at sport's highest court last year forced the IAAF to temporarily shelve the hyperandrogenism rules that enforced a limit on female athletes' naturally occurring testosterone levels and affected Chand, South African 800-meter runner Caster Semenya and others.
"It wasn't an easy journey to...