Need a good cry?

Do you need a good cry? Let this story do a number on your tear ducts.

Being in the Olympic spirit all week, and so excited for track and field, I stumbled upon this video.

I don’t remember the 1992 Olympics, (I was 6) but I can’t imagine anyone who witnessed this moment could ever forget.

A medal hopeful pulled his hamstring during the race, but he had to finish. And he did–with the help of his dad who ran down from the stands.

Watch this and try not to cry. I dare you.

The video also has a beautiful spiritual message which I really appreciated. I guess you could say I needed that.

Happy Sunday!

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Elana Kahn says:

You win…I cried!

I was only 6 too and I don’t remember this but appreciate how beautiful it is! As a mom, I can totally see myself doing the same for one of my children, what a great father!

Olusola says:

This is my favorite Olympic story ever. I always pull the video up just to watch

Hayley says:

I took your dare and failed!!

What a great video!!! And a great message!!!


Amy says:

I didn’t think I’d cry, but here I am bawling my eyes out. If that was my daughter Abigail I totally would have done the same for her. A parent’s love for their child conquers all.

Heather says:

Awww… I tear’d up… I tried to beat your dare lol… I love/hate stories like this! I hate seeing them lose but I love seeing them win in a way they didnt think about!

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