About this book
The autobiography of runner Pistorius, the first Paralympian to qualify for the Olympic Games. At 11 months old, he had both his legs amputated below the knee, and he received his first pair of prosthetic legs at just 17 months. Throughout his life he's battled to overcome extraordinary difficulties, and is now a world-renowned athlete holding 2 Paralympic world records for the 100m and 200m.
At eleven months old, Oscar Pistorius had both his legs amputated below the knee. Now a world-renowned athlete, Oscar faces his ultimate fight: to fulfil the dream of competing at the 2012 Olympics. This title charts the extraordinary development of this one of the most gifted sportsmen and inspirational figures on the planet.