Olympic victory parade

Team GB and Paralympic GB athletes will take part in the 'Greatest Team Parade' through London to celebrate "the best Games ever."

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Young Paralympic hopeful meets Oscar Pistorius

Pollyanna Hope with Oscar Pistorius. Credit: Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope

Pollyanna Hope met Oscar Pistorius on 8th September just after he won gold in the T44 400 metres with a time of 46.68 seconds, breaking the Paralympic record.

Pollyanna Hope with Oscar Pistorius. Credit: London Tonight

Pollyanna's mother Sarah Hope and her twin-sister Victoria carried the Paralympic torch in Hackney.

Pollyanna Hope with Oscar Pistorius. Credit: London Tonight

They were watched by Pollyanna, who hopes to compete in the Paralympics herself one day as a showjumper. The seven-year-old lost the lower half of her right leg five years ago, in an accident which killed her grandmother, after a bus hit them in Mortlake in West London.

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Largest event London has ever seen

Some estimates are putting the number of people who attended today's Olypic and Paralympic parade at close to a million.

A spokesman for the Mayor's Office said no exact figure was known, but it was in the hundreds of thousands and one of the largest events London has seen.

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