South Africa's Oscar Pistorius is to meet the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) after he lost his first T44 200m race in nine years and said the length of his rivals' carbon fibre blades was unfair.
South Africa's Oscar Pistorius speaks to journalists after finishing second in the men's 200 metres T44 final athletics event during the London 2012 Paralympic Games. Pistorius has apologised for the timing of his outburst after losing his title, but insisted there was an issue with large prosthetics lengthening an amputee's stride.
The 25-year-old runner, the first double-amputee to run at the Olympics and the most high-profile athlete at the London Paralympics, hit out after he was beaten on the line on Sunday night by Brazil's Alan Oliveira.
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