South African, Oscar Pistarius had his two legs amputated at 11 months old but that did not stop him pursuing his goal of being a world class runner.
In 2008 at the Paralympics in Beijing, he became the first athlete in history to win gold in the 100m, 200m and 400m events in the T43/T44 category, the latter in a new Paralympic record of 47.49s.
In 2012 he hopes to run for his country, South Africa, in the Olympics!.
"I want to be able to look back at my career one day and say I gave it my best and I didn't let my ability or talent go to waste."
Watch him here in this amazing video. (To receive more inspiring videos & ideas from me, AND information on the '100 Day Challenge', make sure you have filled in your name and email address into the 100 Day Challenge form over on the right of this page).
After you have watched Oscar you may like to ask yourself What goal do you have that , no matter what, you are going to excel at?
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