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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Murder Suspect, Oscar Pistorius Granted Permission To Leave South Africa To Compete In London's Anniversary Games

Murder suspect athlete Oscar Pistorius could make a controversial return to the London Olympic Stadium as early as July after a judge in South Africa granted him permission to travel abroad.
A South African Judge today said Pistorius, who is charged with murdering girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, should be allowed to leave the country to compete in international competitions.
It means the Olympic and Paralympic athlete would be free to attend London's Anniversary Games which take place at the Olympic Stadium between 26 to 28 July, providing the organisers allow him to compete.
The third day of the event is dedicated to showcasing the Paralympic champions of 2012.
Pistorius won a gold medal in the individual  400m T44 event and another in the 4x100m relay. He also won silver in the individual 200m T44.

1 comment:

  1. The organisers shouldn't allow a murderer to compete in the games, except they want to murder d games.


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