Athletics - Men's 100m T11 semifinal 2 - 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships, Lyon
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Octavio Angelo dos Santos, Angola, Alexis Acosta, Argentina, Gauthier Tresor Makunda, France, Elexis Gillette, United States of America, Elchin Muradov, Azerbaijan, Kitsana Jorchuy, Thailand, Lucas Prado, Brazil, Andrey Koptev, Russian Federation, Fernando Ferrer, Venezuela, Martin Parejo Maza, Spain, Ananias Shikongo, Namibia, Felipe Gomes, Brazil, Jesus Diaz, Venezuela, Xavier Porras, Spain, Breylin Martinez Gonzales, Dominican Republic, Firmino Baptista, Portugal, Lei Xue, China
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Lyon, France hosted the 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships between 19-28 July. More than 1,100 athletes from 98 countries attended the event which was the first major gathering of international track and field stars following the hugely successful London 2012 Paralympic Games. The majority of medal winners from London competed in Lyon as they started their preparations for the next Paralympic Games in Rio in 2016.
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