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Thierry Mugler Follows Nike, Oakley In Withdrawing Oscar Pistorius Sponsorship
Published February 20, 2013
IPC PRESIDENT SPEAKS: In London, Gareth Davies reported Int'l Paralympic Committee President Philip Craven spoke publicly for the first time insisting that the police investigation in South Africa involving Pistorius "must be separated from the sports movement" which enjoyed unprecedented momentum in London last summer. Craven insisted that the Paralympic movement "must not be dented by the actions of a single athlete." Craven: "He was the first really big international star, but there are now so many athletes coming through. The new stars will be taking the movement forward, and there will be many more as we move forward" (TELEGRAPH, 2/19).