O.C. Tanner honors Olympic athlete mentors with contest

O.C. Tanner honors Olympic athlete mentors with contest

US Olympians and Paralympians in Utah are honoring the people who inspired them. 25 athletes submitted stories about their inspirational mentors to O.C. Tanner's inspiration award contest and after 2 million votes, the stories of 4 Olympians and 4 Paralympians were chosen as winners.
(ABC 4 UTAH) - US Olympians and Paralympians in Utah are honoring the people who inspired them. 25 athletes submitted stories about their inspirational mentors to O.C. Tanner's inspiration award contest and after 2 million votes, the stories of 4 Olympians and 4 Paralympians were chosen as winners.

They’ll receive a handcrafted gold ring to give to their mentors. O.C. Tanner already
  creates and donates rings for every US Olympic athlete but wanted a way to recognize those who help those athletes make it to the Olympics.

The 14 karat gold ring bears the symbol of a Greek mentor as well as the words "inspire," "Olympian," and "mentor" in Greek.  Among the winners is Danielle Umstead, a Paralympian from Utah. She nominated her father, peter.

 

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