New Delhi: 1/8/17: Sprinter Dutee Chand on Saturday got the confirmation to take part in the World Championships after the top tribunal of international sports suspended the policy of the international athletics federation, which had barred her from competition, by another two months.

The 21-year-old Dutee, who missed the original entry standard of 11.26 seconds, got an invite from the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) as the target number of 56 athletes for the women’s 100 metres event was yet to be reached for the World Championships starting on 4 August in London.

Dutee’s best of 11.30 seconds, which she clocked during the Indian Grand Prix in New Delhi on 15 May, has now earned her a ‘quota entry’ for the World Championships. Her timing gives her a current global ranking of 103.