Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 12: Silver in swimming, updates in track and basketball Rhyan Elizabeth White helped Team USA swim to a relay silver. Also, Australia's Peter Bol raced in the 800-meter track finals in day 12 of the Olympics in Tokyo.
Missionary’s hard-earned Albanian language skills on display during Kosovo TV studio interview Elder Jonah Pingree, a missionary from Utah, appeared on a popular Kosovo television station after catching the attention of the station through the local missionaries' Facebook page.
Latter-day Saints in Olympics, day 10: Bronze in weightlifting, plus updates in basketball and beach volleyball USA's Sarah Robles won bronze in weightlifting and beach volleyball's Jake Gibb announces his retirement in day 10 of the Olympics in Tokyo.
Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 9: Silver in gymnastics, bronze in shot put and a record in track Two medals for Olympians connected to the Church — Silver for USA gymnast MyKayla Skinner in the vault final and bronze for New Zealand's Valerie Adams in bronze in shot put —on day 9 of the Olympics in Tokyo.
Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 8: Gymnast MyKayla Skinner to compete in vault final, plus swimming, track and rugby On day 8 of Olympic competition, gymnast MyKayla Skinner is in the vault final, plus updates on swimming, track and rugby sevens.
Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 7: Gold in rugby sevens, plus swimming, shot put, volleyball, basketball, soccer and shooting In day 7 of Olympic competition, Valerie Adams qualifies in shot put, swimmer Rhyan Elizabeth White heads to the finals, plus updates in rugby sevens, volleyball, basketball, soccer and shooting.
Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 6: Wins on the rugby pitch, plus swimming and pistol shooting On day 6 of Olympic competitions, see updates on BYU alumna Jordan Matyas in rugby sevens, Rhyan Elizabeth White in swimming and Lexi Lagan in pistol shooting.
Latter-day Saints in the Olympics, day 3: Swimming, volleyball and more on gymnastics Volleyball and swimming were on the schedule for athletes with connection to the Church on day 3 of the Olympics. Also, read reactions to gymnast MyKayla Skinner's Olympic journey.
What this blind father and his triplet sons have learned about happiness and relying on the Lord “They continue to thrive, and they do so in their own ways,” Ollie Cantos said of his blind triplet sons. “Even in spite of adversity along the way, they still give it their very best.”
See the floats created by Church members to honor pioneers in the Days of ‘47 Parade Take a look at photos from this year's Days of '47 parade, including some of the unique parade floats designed and created by Latter-day Saints local to the Salt Lake area.
5 ‘pillars’ of faith fortifying Latter-day Saints in Haiti amid ongoing strife Following the recent assassination of Haiti's president, Latter-day Saints on that Caribbean island are holding tight to gospel principles to care for themselves and others.