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Biggest Storylines at the Summer Games

Oscar Pistorius one of my heros!!!

Gabby Douglas gets a makeover, fueling more ridiculous debate about her hair

Gabby Douglas during the Olympics (left) and post-makeover (right) (Getty Images)

“Blade Runner” Oscar Pistorius made history in the 2012 Games just by competing. While he did not medal, Pistorius advanced to the semifinals of the 400 meters and then ran with the South African team in the final of the 4x400 relay. ''This week has just been one of the biggest blessings," he said. Now, Pistorius moves on to the Paralympics, where he will defend his 100, 200 and 400 titles from Beijing and try for four gold medals.

Steve Nash bonds quickly with Kobe Bryant in his Lakers debut

Steve Nash had five points and three assists in his preseason debut with the #Lakers. (AP) #NBA

4/13 I believe that Babakumuru resembles a Paralympic athlete. All Paralympic athletes have a disability, which people believe stopped them from ever doing anything. The athletes don't let this stop them, and go on to thrive. Babakumuru has the disability of coming from poverty. Yet, he does not let that rule over his life. He thrives among the whites and reaches his dreams.

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Paralympic Games are biggest since 1960

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The 33 Most Inspiring Photos Of The Paralympics

2012 Paralympics: Martine Wright of Great Britain, who lost her legs in the 7/7 bombings, waves to her family in the crowd after the opening game of the womens sitting volleyball tournament.

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Paralympics Video:Jonny Peacock beats Oscar Pistorius in T44 100m final – a must watch

Johnny Peacock - Paralympic gold medalist. Artificial blades used to reconstruct the human body, allowing disabled people to become strong and successful athletes.


Jeremy Lin - The World's 100 Most Influential People: 2012

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#Wimbledon "One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation" - Arthur Ashe