London 2012, one year on.
London 2012, one year on.
Every March, England holds the world’s biggest fake ad contest — the Chip Shop Awards. And drunken British Mad Men and Women respond with their best work.
Nike. And more specifically, Nike’s legend-making machine.
“The accused has made a case to be released on bail,” Magistrate Desmond Nair said during a bail hearing in South Africa.
The one person you’ve been waiting to hear from in this case finally speaks out.
Lead investigator, Detective Hilton Botha, faces seven counts of attempted murder in South Africa.
Shocking witness reports, “herbal remedies,” and empty bladders. Dispatches from Pistorius’ bail hearing.
As news broke that Blade Runner Oscar Pistorius was charged with murder, American TV news producers and anchors did their best to get the facts (and everything else) right. Few (including Brian Williams) succeeded.
The double-amputee Olympic hero faces charges of premeditated murder for shooting his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. In court Tuesday, Pistorius’ lawyer read his affidavit. This is the full text.
Oscar Pistorius was charged Tuesday in South Africa of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
A twisted story gets even bleaker.
A hero’s reputation flounders after charges of murder.
The Olympic hero may face life in prison for shooting his model girlfriend on Valentine’s Day.
Charged with murder for shooting a woman believed to be his girlfriend, Oscar Pistorius has a well-documented love of firearms.
In the wake of being charged with murder, Olympic hero Oscar Pistorius’ Nike ads suddenly look different.
Initial reports from local media say that Pistorius claims he mistook the woman found dead at his home for a burglar.
“Blade Runner” takes on all challengers.
Oscar Pistorius became a household name at the London Olympics for being the first double amputee sprinter to compete in the Olympics. Turns out he might not even be the fastest Paralympian.
Thankfully, not like this…abomination.
5-year-old Ellie May Challis lost her hands and lower legs to meningitis. She is the youngest person on the planet to be fitted with the same “flex-foot” prosthetics that South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius used to become the first double amputee sprinter to compete in the Olympics.
No legs? No problem for the man they call “Blade Runner.”
For The Athlete’s Foot.
The South African double amputee will run the 400 meters and the 4x400 meter relay.
The double-amputee sprinter has been banned from the Beijing Olympic Games. Even though he doesn’t have legs, those sprinting blades have been ruled to give Pistorius an unfair advantage. Read More ›