Pistorius lived out dream by running at Olympics
LONDON -- The figure of Oscar Pistorius racing around the Olympic track with his carbon-fiber blades whipping through the air was one of the enduring images of the London Games.
That was only six months ago, when the double-amputee from South Africa emerged as an example of what a person can achieve in the face of adversity.
He didn't win a medal, but the "Blade Runner" reveled in in his Olympic moment and was cheered throughout the world for his achievement. On Tuesday, still basking ...
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