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MEDAL QUEST

Racing for the 100m Gold

  • Aired: 09/09/2012
  • 03:48
  • Rating: NR
The most high-profile race in the Paralympics is the Men’s 100m sprint (T44), headlined by South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius, called “the fastest man on no legs.” The 2012 race challengers included the world record holder, Jonnie Peacock of Great Britain, plus a trio of fast Americans: Blake Leeper, Jerome Singleton, and Richard Browne.
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Racing for the 100m Gold
Racing for the 100m Gold
Less than 11 seconds determines who can call himself the fastest man at the 2012 Games.
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Funding for MEDAL QUEST is provided by Bruce C., Conner, Alex, and Lynn Bay Dayton, the Gordon and Llura Gund Foundation, No Limits Media, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Viewers.
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