Unborn Baby Competes in Olympics

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Unborn Baby Competes in Olympics

Bradley Mattes   |   August 13, 2012

The Summer Olympics have come and gone. It was a time of inspiration and surprise. Crushing disappointments and exhilarating victory. But one Olympian made a positive and life-affirming statement just by participating. The 29-year-old female competitor from Malaysia was eight months pregnant. Nur Taibi said she put her trust in God that He would take care of her in the event she went into labor during the air rifle competition. Nur did an impressive job but didn’t get a high enough score to make it to the final. But nothing could take away her joy of basking in the experience of being a world-class athlete. Once her daughter is born, she’ll no doubt learn she too participated in the London Olympics. I guess you could say they were a team—a life-affirming team.

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