• Brazil's Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira celebrates after beating Oscar Pistorius in the men's 200m T44 category final at the 2012 Paralympics in London. (Matt Dunham, AP)
  • The "Blade Runner" had never been beaten over 200m in Paralympic competition until Brazilian sprinter Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira came storming down the home straight past him to win by 0.07 seconds. (Matt Dunham, AP)
  • Pistorius shakes hands with Brazil's Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira after competing in the Men's 200m T44 final. (Glyn Kirk, AFP)
  • Double amputee Oscar Pistorius set a new world record at the London Paralympics on Saturday. Pistorius clocked 21.30 seconds in the men's 200m. (Wessel Oosthuizen, Sapa)
  • Lucas Sithole competes against his American opponent David Wagner in their wheelchair tennis match. (Wessel Oosthuizen, Sapa)
  • Lucas Sithole serves during his wheelchair tennis match. (Wessel Oosthuizen, Sapa)
  • Dyan Buis, who suffers from cerebral palsy, bags a silver medal for Team SA during the men's 100m T38 final. (Wessel Oosthuizen, Sapa)
  • South Africa's first silver medal of the London Paralympic Games came from Teboho Mokgalagadi, running the 100m in the T35 cerebral palsy class in 13.10 seconds. (Wessel Oosthuizen, Sapa)
  • Arune Liebenberg celebrates after winning a bronze medal in the 200m T46. (Wessel Oosthuizen, Sapa)
  • Charl Bouwer celebrates after winning a silver medal in the 100m freestyle S13 at the Aquatics Centre. (Wessel Oosthuizen, Sapa)