OSCAR A LEADING PARALYMPIC CONTENDER

OSCAR A LEADING PARALYMPIC CONTENDER

altFollowing his groundbreaking feats at the Olympics just a short few weeks ago, Oscar Pistorius will face a grueling schedule and perhaps the most competitive field at any Paralympics to date. 

The Games kick off in earnest on the evening of Wednesday 29 August, but Oscar takes to the track on Saturday evening, with the First Round of the Men’s 400m in the T44 class.

Despite record-breaking feats in the 2008 Paralympics, the past four years have seen others break records and win world championships. In the showpiece 100m event, he faces World Record holder Jonnie Peackock and American Jerome Singleton, who has already clocked a time of 11.1sec this season. 

Pistorius will further compete in the Men’s T44 200m and 4x100m relay (in the T42/T46 class). With genuine medal contenders across the board and Oscar in the shape of his life, the 2012 London Paralympics promise to be the most riveting Games yet. 

 

ALL SCHEDULED EVENTS ARE LISTED IN LOCAL LONDON TIME & ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE 

Saturday 1 September at 20h22: Men’s T44 200m Round 1

Sunday 2 September at 21h15: Men’s T44 200m Final

Wednesday 5 September at 19h01: Men’s T44 100m Round 1

Wednesday 5 September at 22h18: Men’s T42/T46 4x100m Relay Final 

Thursday 6 September at 21h16: Men’s T44 100m Final 

Friday 7 September at 21h20: Men’s T44 400m Round 1

Saturday 8 September at 21h36: Men’s T44 400m Final