The "Fastest Man on no legs" who has earned the right to compete through sheer weight of performance with able bodied athletes is causing a bit of a storm at the moment in the world of Athletics..
Personally I disagree with him being able to run with able bodied athletes.. Okay its inspirational, but the credibility of a sport shouldn't be compromised for the sake of one man.. I can see his "blades" being a real advantage, and with the advances in technology that are so apparent, how long is it going to be before someone can make an artificial leg that can outrun a human one? Why is that fair?