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South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) announced that Pistorius, also known as ‘Blade Runner‘, will be competing in the individual men’s and relay at the London 2012 Olympic Games

Oscar Pistorius -- Im obsessed.

Oscar Pistorius AKA Blade Runner (South Africa), the first double amputee runner at the Olympic Games. Summer 2012 in London Inspirational.

Oscar Pistorius, the double-amputee runner who won a court battle to run against able-bodied athletes in international competitions, will compete in the 400 meters at the upcoming London Olympics

Double amputee Oscar Pistorius will run in the Olympics after all

AMAZING guy -inspiration to us all :) Oscar Pistorius, double amputee in 2012 Olympics(Getty Images)

Pistorius soma quatro medalhas de ouro em Paralimpíadas, sendo uma em Atenas 2004 e três em Pequim 2008  Foto: AP

Pistorius estreia em Londres, faz história e vai à semi dos 400 m

South Africa's Oscar Pistorius starts in a men's heat during the athletics in the Olympic Stadium at the 2012 Summer Olympics, London, Saturday, Aug.

In a 400m qualifying heat, Grenada's Kirani James asks Oscar Pistorius to exchange jersey nametags.  19 year old James would later win Grenada's 1st Olympic medal - gold

Kirani James of Grenada and Oscar Pistorius of South Africa exchange bib numbers. Pistorius was the first paralympic athlete to complete in the Olympic games.

A feel-good story from the state high-school track meet has elicited praise from around the country for an act of kindness by one competitor to another. It occurred on Saturday in the Division III girls 3,200-meter run and involved the final two finishers in the race.

Teen runner helps carry competitor to finish

Stunning reversal keeps Oscar Pistorius’ Olympic run from ending on a sour note. #London2012 #Olympics #Inspirational

Stunning reversal keeps Oscar Pistorius’ Olympic run from ending on a sour note

South Africas Oscar Pistorius reacts after fellow team members crashed out of a mens relay. South Africa wins their appeal and will race in the finals!

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South Africa's Oscar Pistorius prepares to compete in a men's heat during the athletics in the Olympic Stadium at the 2012 Summer Olympics, London, Saturday, Aug.

And you wonder why we swim

Acclaimed Grill-Creating Rapper Paul Wall Designed Ryan Lochte’s Mouth Jewelry

TENNIS - Williams sisters defend Olympic doubles gold

Serena & Venus Williams celebrate after defeating Czech Republic's Hlavackova & Hradecka in the women's doubles tennis gold medal match at the All England Lawn Tennis Club during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Why do people say they're not disabled when they are? - http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/ouch/2013/01/why_do_people_say_theyre_not_d.html

Art Oscar Pistorius is amazing. Double amputee running in London Olympics people-of-interest

Lazy night workout for when youre exhausted but still want to fit in a bit of a core workout (even while watching TV!)

Elbow Plank Donkey Kick Evolve your basic donkey kick into a full-body move. Working your glutes and hamstrings in an elbow plank will work your core. Toning your abs and your behind with one move is a win-win in my book. FITSUGAR Check out Dieting Digest

Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps

Drehs: Michael Phelps restores some order in the swimming world

Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte Photo - 2012 U. Olympic Swimming Team Trials - Day 3 My 2 favorites!

Picabo Street: Inspirational during my teen years.

Picabo Street struck surprising Olympic gold in the Super G in Nagano with Chad Helmet

I've played a lot of sports myself &  watched a lot more in my 67 years, but I don't believe I've ever seen a more inspiring moment of individual courage than Keri Strug's performance in the 1986 Olympics: after destroying her ankle in a previous, failed vault-attempt, she completed the twisting Yurchenko (perhaps the most difficult move in women's gymnastics) and  received a score of 9.712 (out of a possible 10.000), leading the U.S. team to its first-ever gold medal in women's gymnastics.

25 of the Most Selfless Athletes Ever

Keri Strug's performance in the 1986 Olympics: after destroying her ankle in a previous, failed vault-attempt, she completed the twisting Yurchenko ( and received a score of leading the U. team to its first-ever gold medal in women's gymnastics.

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