London Paralympics 2012: day four – live!
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London Paralympics 2012: day four – live!

Beijing : China | Sep 02, 2012 at 4:58 AM PDT
Source: The Observer
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Meanwhile below the line there's another vote for Richard Whitehead ... ... Paralympic moments so far: Japana As for my moment of the games. It is definitely watching Richard Whithead decimate the competition in his race, but there are two other less obvious things that deserve to be up there: Darren... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
 
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