REAL OLYMPIC GLORY

IN MY FIVE YEARS of serious training for the 2002 Winter Olympics, I never envisioned myself standing on the sidelines of the Games—let alone being happy about it.

But as much as I cherished my athletic goals during this time, I was also discovering that the most satisfying kind of victory was to get a deeper understanding of everyone's God-given ability to overcome physical limitation. And for me, the spirit of the Games became much broader than the Olympic motto Swifter, Higher, Stronger. It became a daily commitment to discovering more of the divine power and the freedom that power gives each of us—which was why I was thrilled to be in Utah, even as a spectator.

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