Track and Field: Oscar Pistorius Interview


LONDON – The London 2012 Olympic Games will be remembered for many magic moments. But perhaps none will leave its mark on history like the story of South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius, who became the first double amputee to compete in Olympic track and field.

After his team’s run in the 4×400 relay, Pistorius spoke with our Steve Futterman.

(Listen to Oscar Pistorius’ interview with Steve Futterman)


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