QUICKQUOTE: 'NOT A CRIER'
- Paralympics officials on the lockout for boosting
- Cheating at Paralympics could involve self-harm
- Pistorius to run again, this time at Paralympics
- Pistorius runs again, this time at Paralympics
- Classifying disabilities tricky at Paralympics
- After judo gold, Harrison might go for Rio in 2016
- Paralympic cauldron lit in central London
- Valerie Adams seeks her Olympic gold medal at IOC
- Full TV coverage for Paralympics, just not in US
- Brazil minister not concerned with hotel shortages
By The Associated Press
Updated August 8, 2012
(AP) -- "It was the best second place I've ever had in my life. I still don't like losing. I almost cried over there. I'm not a crier. I don't cry. But it was tough." - Erik Kynard of the United States, silver medalist in the high jump
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