Sixty-six percent of those who responded to the sports-related poll said that athletes who use running blades should be able to compete against abled-bodied athletes; 24 percent said they should not, and 10 percent responded that it wasn’t as simple as yes or no. One of our Twitter followers wrote, “In blades, spring action can be matched to get the desired, but for the same level of result, a normal athlete has to train his body and soul for long periods of training, in total it’s a mismatch when it comes to fair play in athletics.”
The earlier question asked what our readers liked the most in The O&P EDGE magazine. Of those who responded, 67 percent they liked reading the features best, 22 percent said they like reading departments such as Today’s Consumer or On Topic, and 11 percent they said liked reading the Perspective column the most.
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