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LDS Church Welcomes Olympian Visitors in South Korea

Caitlin Davis watches the Olympics on the edge of her seat for more reason than wanting to see the figure skaters’ form. The recently returned missionary of the South Korea Seoul mission gazes at a former mission area when she looks at the TV screen. Expressing her...

When God Gives Out The Medals

This article by John Tanner originally appeared in the BYU- Hawaii Journal As I write this, the Rio Olympics are just opening. By coincidence, our student athletes also assembled today for the official opening of the Seasider season. I was asked to speak to them. I...

Mormon Medal Count for the Rio 2016 Paralympics

Following the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games, another world sporting event takes center stage. The Rio 2016 Paralympics involve the same intensity, motivation, and skill needed in the original Games. With athletes that have fought their way through adversity and...

LDS Olympians in Week Two of Rio 2016 Olympics

After a successful first week of the Olympics, three LDS Olympians won medals in their events. With more LDS Olympians currently competing, here's a mid-week update of events and tweets from Mormon Olympians. Taylor Sander: Men’s Volleyball, USA When he's not being...

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