Watch stories of faith from athletes competing in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, produced in partnership with Athletes in Action.
Olympic Athlete Runs for Gold to Honor God With wings on her feet and Christ in her heart, 23-year-old Francena McCorory is ready for the 2012 Olympics in London.
Bronze Medal Swimmer: 'God's Will be Done'Bronze medalist Caitlin Leverenz credits God with keeping her level-headed during the 200-meter individual medley at the Olympics.
Runner: God Can Use You in So Many WaysNew Zealand middle distance runner Lucy Van Dalen is giving God the credit for helping her make it to the London Olympics.
Lauryn Williams: Disappointment Led to New FocusLauryn Williams didn't qualify for the individual 100-meter this year. She told Athletes in Action that she learned some good lessons as a result of that disappointment.
Olympian Reid Priddy: God Made Me a Better AthleteBut team member Reid Priddy is staying positive. He won a gold medal with the 2008 Olympic team in Beijing.
US Volleyball's Smith: My Joy Is in ChristThe U.S. men's volleyball team was knocked out of their Olympic competition Wednesday. While the team is disappointed, one member said he gets his joy from God, not just from winning.
Olympic Archer: My Identity Is in Christ, Not ArcheryJacob Wukie, part of the men's U.S. archery team, says he wants to use his new platform to share the gospel with other Olympic athletes.
American Olympic Hurdler: 'God Gave Me the Talent'American Olympic hurdler Jeff Porter said God gave him the talent to compete and the ability to handle the sometimes harsh spotlight of the Olympics
Gold Medalist Houchin: Christ Comes FirstMichael Phelps captured most of the Olympic headlines, but another U.S. swimmer earned a gold medal in the 4x200-meter freestyle relay.
Nieto Eyes Gold after Restoring Relationship with GodOlympic high jumper Jamie Nieto explained how his Christian faith helped him come back after that disappointing loss.
Track and Field Olympians Hold First Bible StudyAmid the spotlight and pressure of the Olympics are several athletes turning to God and prayer for continued strength.
Olympian Jesse Williams: 'I Knew God Had a Plan'High jumper Jesse Williams has his eyes set on a gold medal at this year's Olympic Games.
US Olympic Runner: 'God Is My Coach'One American competitor in the London Olympics has taken a unique approach in his preparation: He's decided to let God be his coach.
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