Össur continues olympic strategy despite murder conviction of former frontrunner

The Icelandic prosthesis manufacturer Össur almost becamse synonymous with Oscar Pistorious, who was later convicted of murder, at the Paralympic games in 2012. He made a huge difference for people with disabilities all over the world, the company, who have allied themselves with more top athletes for next summer's paralympic games.

Oscar Pistorious was the first paralympic althete allowed to compete at the olympic games in 2012. In 2013 he was sentenced to six years in prison for murdering his girlfriend. Photo: Thomas Sjørup

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