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2008-09-10 06:15:00 GMT2008-09-10 14:15:00 (Beijing Time) China Daily

Marlon Shirley (2nd R) of the US falls down on the track as Oscar Pistorius (2nd L) of South Africa goes on to win gold ahead of US runners Jerome Singleton (L) and Brian Frasure (R) in the final of the 100m T44 during the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games at the National Stadium in the Chinese capital on September 9, 2008. [Agencies]

Oscar Pistorius (C) of South Africa runs to win gold ahead of Jerome Singleton (L) of the US in the final of the 100m T44 as Marlon Shirley of the US (R) falls down on the track during the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games at the National Stadium in the Chinese capital on September 9, 2008. [Agencies]

Marlon Shirley (C) of the US is helped by teammate Brian Frasure (R) and an official after he fell in the final of the 100m T44 during the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games at the National Stadium in the Chinese capital on September 9, 2008.[Agencies]

Marlon Shirley (C) of the U.S. is assisted off the track by compatriot Brian Frasure (R) and an official after falling during the Men's 100m T44 final at the National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, during the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games September 9, 2008.[Agencies]

Marlon Shirley (C) of the US is helped off the track after he fell in the final of the 100m T44 during the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games at the National Stadium in the Chinese capital on September 9, 2008.[Agencies]

Marlon Shirley (2nd R) of the US falls down on the track as Oscar Pistorius (2nd L) of South Africa goes on to win gold ahead of US runners Jerome Singleton (L) and Brian Frasure (R) in the final of the 100m T44 during the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games at the National Stadium in the Chinese capital on September 9, 2008.

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