Why is he taller, asks Oscar

Why is he taller, asks Oscar

São Paulo : Brazil | Sep 02, 2012 at 7:36 AM PDT
Source: News 24
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While a world record was not part of his plans, Oscar Pistorius had a point to prove to his long-legged friends in the men's 200m T43/44 heats at the Paralympic Games on Saturday night. Double amputee Pistorius clocked 21.30 seconds to improve his own global mark in the T43 division. FULL ARTICLE AT News 24
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