Team USA athletes call the London Games “the best experience in my life.”
A London first: Sisters Tatyana and Hannah McFadden compete head-to-head in the 100m.
Dr. Cheri Blauwet, 7-time Paralympic medalist, on athlete injuries and doping controls.
Jeff Fabry and Matt Stutzman on the mental toughness it takes to medal in Para-Archery.
Brad Snyder, injured in Afghanistan, says the Paralympics is his way “to keep serving.”
Laying it all on the line in the men’s wheelchair basketball bronze match: US v. Britain.
Wheelchair rugby is played by quadriplegics in armored chairs - and Team USA plays to win.
Less than 11 seconds determines who can call himself the fastest man at the 2012 Games.
Racing on the first day of the London Games, Allison Jones won Team USA’s first medal.
Rudy Garcia-Tolson set a goal: to compete in both track and swimming at the Paralympics.
Blake Leeper wants to win, and he warns folks not to “judge a book by its cover.”
Myles Porter and Dartanyon Crockett, Team USA judokas, on a day they’ll never forget.
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