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    Posted September 1, 2012 by
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    What do the Paralympics mean to you?

    chopsm and 14 other iReporters contributed to Open Story: London 2012 Olympics
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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     chopsm shot this photo of the O'Regan family on Saturday, September 1, showing their support for the U.S. Paralympics athletes. "There's a fun and collective enjoyment of the Olympic park crowd. London remains a brilliant place right now, everyone is behind the athletes and the spirit of the Paralympics," he says. "It really inspires me to do more fitness. The Paralympics for me means inspiration and hope."
    - Anika3, CNN iReport producer

    The O'Regan family from Epson England were out in force at the Olympic Park on Saturday to show support for the U.S.Paralmpics athletes competing in the Day 3 events at the Olympic Stadium.

    Dad Fin is from Ireland while mum Sue is from Milwaukee and as you can see the boys Bren and Connor chose to support TeamGB by wearing British union flag one piece suits. Daughter Kendal stayed neural helping Dad hold the Stars & Stripes as the family posed with the Olympic Stadium in the background.

    The whole family were enjoying their trip to the Olympic Park in east London and were looking forward to supporting Mum's hometeam for the day.
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