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Peacock Ruffles Some Feathers

Jonnie Peacock lay down the gauntlet last night by securing his spot in the T44 100m final in the fastest qualifying time. Jonnie ran a strong race in a time of 11.08 seconds ahead of Jerome Singleton. Oscar Pistorius ran in the second heat and qualified in the second fastest time of 11.18 ahead of Blake Leeper and Alan Oliviera who beat Pistorius in the 200m. Oliviera qualified for the final as the fastest loser. The final takes place tonight at 21.24 and is the most anticipated race of the Paralympic Games.   Share this:Click to share on Facebook...

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GB Guaranteed Medals In Sailing For First Time

Britain will win its first ever Paralympic Sailing medals tomorrow (Thursday) as its sailors head in to the final day of the London 2012 Paralympic regatta guaranteed at least silver and bronze. Helena Lucas – the only woman in the class – is sure to win at least a silver in the 2.4mR class as she currently sits in gold-medal position with a nine-point advantage over Germany’s Heiko Kroger with one race to come. Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell are guaranteed at least a bronze in the SKUD class. They currently sit third overall, two points behind Jen French...

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