Gold Medalist Bobsledder Speaks on Importance of Faith

This Catholic Olympian bobsledder shares the importance of his faith.
“If I weren’t Catholic, I think my life would be the equivalent of a bobsled crash,” Olympic bobsledder Curtis Tomasevicz said in an interview in Pyeongchang this week.

“Being Catholic allows me to get my priorities straight and know that, despite what most people will tell you, athletic competitions are fleeting and you should not measure your self-worth through them.”

The 3x Olympian, who’s been decorated with Olympic gold and bronze medals, is looking forward to competing and cheering on his teammates in South Korea for this year’s Winter Olympics.

The full interview can be read on the National Catholic Register website.

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