Aug 09 2012

Making Olympic History

After making Olympic history, Saudi runner says she can make ‘a huge difference.’ The Washington Post

Sarah Attar finished last and more than a half-minute slower than her nearest competitor in the women’s 800 meters. Yet hundreds rose to give her a standing ovation as she crossed the finish line.

For the first woman from Saudi Arabia to compete in track and field at the Olympics, the principle was more important than the performance Wednesday.

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8/9/2012 5:52:07 AM
Elaine Green United States
Elaine Green
I just heard Amy describe taking her son to Kindergarten.  Childhood is defined by long hours, unending days and fleeting years.
8/9/2012 6:47:15 AM
anita indrelie United States
anita indrelie
I was listening to story this a.m. regarding how Olympic athletes focus on one thing and make it their only focus.  It immediately came to my mind that our one focus each and every day is Jesus.  If we fix our minds on him, the other distractions of life will be clearer to us.
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