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  • Jen Matthiessen

    Grenada's Kirani James trades name tags with South Africa's Oscar Pistorius in support of Pistorius (with prosthetic legs) racing in the Olympics against able-bodied athletes! Talk about sportsmanship! People can learn something from this inspirational 19 year old!!

  • Brenda Winberg

    Oscar Pistorius switching bibs with James of Grenada @ the 2012 Olympics

  • Ziz Abdur-Raoof

    the epitome of Sportsmanship.....and why I love sports!

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South Africa's Oscar Pistorius (L) runs beside Venezuela's Albert Bravo in the men's 400m semi-final during the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium August 5, 2012.

After six years of training, Oscar Pistorius crouched in the starting blocks poised to make history. It was a serious moment, punctuated by years of work and court battles and controversy. And in what should have been a time of focus and intensity, Pistorius was crouched in the blocks, doing the unexpected. He was smiling. The first amputee ever to compete in track and field at the Olympics was overcome with joy. "I've worked for six years to try and make the 400-meter semifinal,"