In this Christian video, athlete Debbie Flood discusses her experiences competing in the Olympics and shares her faith story.
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Olympic rower Debbie Flood shares her experiences and talks about her faith.
Debbie Flood has competed in several Olympic Games, winning silver in 2004 and 2008 as well as winning three World Championship Gold Medals.
Here, Debbie chats about how she got into rowing, and also how she decided to become a Christian.
One of the big questions in the sports world is ‘Who am I?’ - Debbie explains how it can be easy to find her identity in her performance as an athlete, but that her identity as a child of God is far more important. Races can be lost, and medals are forgotten about, but faith in Jesus won’t fade away.
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Christians in Sport exists to reach the world of sport for Christ. Billions of people around the world play sport and Christians in Sport want to share the good news of Jesus with them and train Christian sports people to do the same.
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