Olympian Diagnosed With A 3rd Brain Tumor, Yet Delivers An Inspirational Message

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 06: (L-R) Today Show host Natalie Morales interviews Figure skating legend Scott Hamilton and Team USA 2014 Olympic figure skating hopeful Evan Lysacek during the Today Show One Year Out To Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics celebration at NBC's TODAY Show on February 6, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images for USOC)

I am second is a movement meant to inspire people of all kinds to live for God, and for others. Actors, Athletes, Musicians and so many others have been featured on this short films. They are moving stories that help to lift you up in the darkest of moments.

Scott Hamilton is a Olympic Gold medalist. He has suffered so many struggles in his life, and he has been diagnosed with his 3rd benign pituitary brain tumor. In all of this he says:”I choose to truly celebrate life!”

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Olympic Gold Medalist and figure skating commentator Scott Hamilton knows a thing or two about preparation and dedication. His sport demands that a competitor come as close to perfect as possible. No break or fault goes unpunished by the judges. Scott mastered the sport and its nuances to become the world’s best.

Yet as good as he was, he could not on his own handle some of life’s biggest challenges to his health. Cancer. A re-occuring brain tumor. In the times that he needed someone by his side, there was always Someone there. Someone he has grown to know, to love,. The one who introduced him to his wife and who has made having children possible. In this film he recalls a journey that many others are also traveling, and its telling never gets old.


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