(RNS) The former NFL quarterback is his daughter's coach, pastor and chief cheerleader as she makes her Olympic debut.
(RNS) Both men are Christians who have previously been banned for doping. Do the Rio Olympics offer redemption?
(RNS) 'All I can say is all glory to God. ... I'm just so blessed,' Manuel told reporters after tying for a gold medal in the 100-meter freestyle swim.
(RNS) For all the Olympic medals and world records, Felix's goal still is the same: 'to be more Christ-like each and every day.'
(RNS) The heavy lifter from Shreveport, La., lists three names for God as the most influential people in his life.
(RNS) Gardner's faith in God is the source of her confidence.
(RNS) Athletes say their religion is more than 'God wants me to win.'
(RNS) These Team USA women's basketball players are known for their faith, but they're honored for their good works.
(RNS) The Team USA midfielder relies on God through wins and losses.
(RNS) Thirty-year-old fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad made history as the first American Olympian to compete in a hijab – and then won a medal, too.
(RNS) The diving partners use their Olympic platform to "give the glory to God."
(RNS) Katie Ledecky, who won a gold medal at just 15 years old at the London Games and shattered world records in the four years since then, said her Catholic faith helps her keep things in perspective.
(RNS) Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin shares photos online of devotions with Louie Giglio and journaling in her Bible. She also has considered converting to Catholicism.
(RNS) Aly Raisman, who grew up in a Reform Jewish home, won gold in the 2012 London Olympic Games for her floor exercise, performed to the Israeli folk song "Hava Nagila."
(RNS) She listens to chart-topping Christian musicians when she works out, but she also has an affinity to Judaism.
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