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IAAF spokesman Yannis Nikolau said Oscar Pistorius would be able to compete at the World Championships in Moscow if he qualifies for the event.
Oscar Pistorius' agent has told the Associated Press that this year's athletics world championships in Moscow could be "on the radar" after a judge ruled that he is able to leave South Africa to compete in international track meets.
The Daily Telegraph's South Africa correspondent Aislinn Laing has tweeted the response of Reeva Steenkamp's uncle Mike following the courts decision to amend Oscar Pistorius' bail conditions to allow him to compete abroad.
Aislinn Lang is the Daily Telegraph's South Africa correspondent.
She has spoken to Oscar Pistorius' father after the athlete won his challenge to his bail restrictions to allow him to travel abroad to compete in competitions.
Judge says Oscar Pistorius can leave South Africa to compete, with conditions.
Oscar Pistorius has won his appeal over bail conditions relating to travel and his passport, report AFP.
The judge has ordered for the return of his passport, allowing the athlete to travel abroad.
The judge in a Pretoria court has begun to deliver his ruling in Oscar Pistorius' bail challenge.
Oscar Pistorius' lawyer, Barry Roux, argues that Pistorius can't be prevented from returning to his home - where Reeva Steenkamp was killed - indefinitely.
The lawyers of Oscar Pistorius, who faces trial for the alleged premeditated killing of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, will today challenge the terms of his bail restrictions.
The Paralympian is unlikely, however, to appear in court.
Yesterday, Oscar’s brother Carl pleaded not guilty to a charge of culpable homicide or negligent killing for the death of a female motorcyclist in a road accident in 2008.
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Oscar Pistorius could compete in this year's World Championships after a judge changed his bail restrictions to allow him to travel abroad.