The world's most famous Paralympian, South Africa's Oscar Pistorius, saying sorry after an outburst at the games in London.
FOX News Radio's Simon Owen reports from London:
Oscar Pistorius who runs on carbon fiber blades beaten in the T44 Class 200 Meters here in London, but then saying it wasn't a fair contest. Brazilian gold medal winner Alan Oliveira also a double-amputee, but using longer artificial legs. Pistorius saying they were too long.
(Spence) "Every athlete who competes has their blades measured and they have to be in proportion with the rest of their body."
International Paralympic Committee Spokesman Craig Spence saying all eight athletes in the race were checked before the start. Pistorious has now apologized for the timing of his comments, saying it was Oliveira's moment, but wants the issue tackled.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News Radio.