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  • Eduardo Fialho

    London Olympics: Best Photos, August 4, 2012 (photo essay) |

  • Alanna Kiah

    South Africa's Oscar Pistorius finishes 2nd in his heat to reach the 400-m semifinals. How amazing! Such an awesome sight, he has so much drive & passion for the sport.

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  • CourtsideTweets

    This guy was impressive!

  • Mara Malae

    He did good. To bad he killed his gf

  • Jan Del Bone

    Why would anyone find any good thing about this man - killing your girlfriend in cold blood (on top of his other rage issues) wipes out every inspiration he may have ever been. Forget this guy ever existed, he is a low life.

  • Mara Malae

    Damn Jan wouldn't have said it like that but true. I guess people don't know what happen or they just remember him for being an Olympian

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Bolt is awesome. Gabby is fantastic. Phelps is ridiculous. But this one photo provides a nice reminder that, in many ways, this Olympics is really about Oscar Pistorius.