Olympic's 1st amputee athlete

25-year-old Oscar Pistorius, whose legs were amputated below

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25-year-old Oscar Pistorius, whose legs were amputated below the knee when he was a baby, is soon to make history by running in the London Olympics. He will be the first amputee athlete to compete in the Games. AP video.(July 18)

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