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On discovering that their son had been born with no fibulae, Oscar Pistorius's parents made the agonizing decision to have both his legs amputated, in the hope it would give him the best possible chance of a normal life. His mother wrote him a letter: "A loser is not one who runs last in the race. It is the one who sits and watches, and has never tried to run."
Blade Runner is the extraordinary memoir of that little boy, who grew up to become one of the defining sportsmen of his generation. Throughout his life, Oscar has battled to overcome intense difficulties to prove that, with the right attitude, anything is possible.
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