(TOWNHALL) – Abortion supporters and media figures readily applaud Olympic athletes when they identify as “pro-choice.” But the personal stories of other Olympic stars about the tragedy of abortion should give them pause. One such story comes from Sanya Richards-Ross.
The four-time gold medalist first revealed that she had an abortion in her book “Chasing Grace,” published in 2017. On Aug. 11, the track and field athlete shared more of her story with Bleacher Report host Master Tesfatsion, during his show called “Untold Stories.” Among other things, Richards-Ross emphasized her reliance on God for healing and forgiveness after her abortion – an abortion she had the day before she flew to Beijing to compete in the 2008 Olympics.
The “hardest thing happened in my whole life,” she remembered. “Right before the Olympics, I found out I was pregnant.”
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