Suzanne Plunkett / Reuters
Britain's Jonnie Peacock, second from left, wins the men's 100m T-44 final ahead of South Africa's Amu Fourie, left, Richard Browne of the U.S. and South Africa's Oscar Pistorius, right, at the London 2012 Paralympic Games on Sept. 6.
The AP reports: Oscar Pistorius lost another of his Paralympic titles, finishing fourth in the 100-meter final.
Jonnie Peacock of Britain won the showpiece race in 10.90 seconds Thursday to loud cheers from the home crowd. Pistorius, the defending champion, had a time of 11.17.
Emilio Morenatti / AP
Britain's Jonnie Peacock, left, wins the men's 100m T-44 category final on Sept. 6.
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