Monday, July 16, 2007

Does he have an advantage?

Oscar Pistorius is a fast runner. He may qualify for the Olympics, but the IAAF feels he has an unfair advantage. Of course, this advantage is available for any runner who has no legs and yet he's the only double amputee that runs this fast.

If he's not allowed to run against able bodied 400 meter runners, then the fastest runners in the world will never know if they're faster than Oscar. If I was an elite, I'd want to know.

Read Oscar Pistorius' story.

Today was a rest day. I did 30 minutes on the stationary bike and watched the tape of the Hy-Vee Triathlon from Des Moines, Iowa.

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