Olympic Profiles in Faith - PyeongChang 2018

Women's Hockey Win
A huge victory for the United States at the Winter Olympics – the women's hockey team won the gold medal in a riveting shootout after the game had ended in a tie. More
Freestyle skier and olympian tells why he prefers a low-key approach to talking about his faith. More
Gigi Marvin is back for her third Winter Olympics as a part of US women's hockey team. While bringing home a gold medal is definitely a goal, it's not her entire mission. More
Elana Meyers Taylor is one of the world's leading bobsledders, but she's giving all the glory to God.  More
The rivalry between the US and Canada has been called the greatest in team sports.  And it's a position goaltender Nicole Hensley has found herself in before. More
A South Korean star in alpine skiing, Gim Sohui (pronounced Kim So-hee) knows the dangers involved in the sport.  So, every time before she straps on her skis, she prays.  More
Simidele Adeagbo is the first African woman to qualify for the Winter Olympics in the sport of Skeleton-– a feat for which she gives all glory to God. More
Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim
Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim are competing in their first Olympic Games after making a comeback from a life-threatening illness that crippled Alexa just less than two years ago. More
Olympic snowboarder won gold at a young age but says she found something eternal at the Winter Games. More
Team USA is in PyeongChang, South Korea and ready to get the 2018 Winter Olympics started. More
2018 Winter Olympics' Men's Cross-Country skier Reese Hanneman is one of several Olympians who love their sport and their God. More
Maame Biney is giving glory to God from bringing her to the Olympics. More