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Sprinters Oscar Pistorius and Teboho Mokgalagadi claimed double victories for South Africa at the Visa Paralympic World Cup in Manchester on Sunday.
Twenty-year-old Pistorius shot to a comfortable first position in both the 100m and 200m men's sprints, setting competition records of 11,64 seconds in the 100m and claiming the 200m gold in a time of 23,17 seconds.
Mokgalagadi added to this reputation in the same distances in his category, clocking times of 13,44 and 28,26 seconds, respectively. - Sowetan