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Gallery: Paralympians return to SA

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  1. Union Selailwe celebrates with his coach, an emotional Alta Oelofse with a coach's cheque. Para-Olympians return to South Africa from the Olympic Games in London at O.R.Tambo airport. 110912. picture: Chris Collingridge 362
  2. Paralympians return to South Africa from the games in London at O.R.Tambo airport. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  3. President of SASCOC Gideon Sam and Minister for Sport and Recreation Fikile Mbalula present a cheque to Natalie du Toit. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  4. Oscar Pistorius addresses the media after returning to South Africa from the Paralympic Games in London. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  5. President of SASCOC Gideon Sam presents a cheque to Oscar Pistorius. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  6. Paralympians return to South Africa from the games in London at O.R.Tambo airport. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  7. President of SASCOC Gideon Sam and Deputy Sports Minister Gert Oosthuizen present a cheque to Samkelo Radebe. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  8. Five year old Innocent Phakathi from the SAA creche celebrates the Paralympians return to South Africa from the games. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  9. Fans waiting for Paralympians return to South Africa Picture: Chris Collingridge
  10. Three-year-old Komogelo Nhlapo from Duduza, rides the shoulders of Olympic swimmer Terence Parkin. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  11. President of SASCOC Gideon Sam and Minister for Sport and Recreation Fikile Mbalula present a cheque to Charl Bouwer and Hendrick Herbst on behalf of their coach. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  12. Paralympians return to South Africa. Picture: Chris Collingridge
  13. NatalieDu Toit receive a cheque of R1,4m from Minister of Sports Fikile Mbalula and Gert Oosthuizen during the South African Paralympic team arrival at O.R Tambo International Airport. Photo by Lefty Shivambu / Gallo Images
 

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