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RIO DE JANEIRO (BP) -- Will Claye's journey to the Rio Olympics began with heartbreak. He thought he had qualified in the long jump during the Olympic team trials in July. He even took a victory lap.
But he was wrong.
"It took a lot of prayers and a lot of my family, my agent, old coaches just uplifting me and letting me know that this is in God's plan," Claye told Baptist Press. "It was something that I couldn't control and was something that I just had to let go because you can't ever really look back and say that God's plan is wrong." Read More