Oscar Pistorius hopes to end Paralympics "on a high"

Pistorius hopes to end Paralympics
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Oscar Pistorious is hoping to win tomorrow's 400m final to end his Paralympics on a high.

Oscar Pistorius has said that he is hoping to end his Paralympics on a high note by retaining his T44 400m title.

Pistorius, who will run in the final tomorrow, is also hoping that the crowd continue to support the athletes as they have done so far.

"It would mean so much to me [to retain my 400m title]," Pistorius said. "It's my last race of the London 2012 Games. Hopefully I can end on a high.

"I've had a long week, so hopefully I can come out tomorrow and do what I need to do.

"This crowd has been great. It makes our job a lot easier with the support that we've had. I know it will help me a lot tomorrow."

Postorius was beaten by Brazilian Alan Oliveira in the final of the 200m and then by Great Britain's Jonnie Peacock in the 100m last night.

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