Stef Reid grew up loving sports, but at age fifteen, one afternoon with friends left her dreams shattered when a boating accident left her an amputee, Through the anger and frustration, Stef’s story of Olympic silver is one of faith and healing.
Stef Reid grew up loving sports – the running, the competition. It was her dream to compete on the international stage from age 12. But at age fifteen, one afternoon with friends left her dreams shattered. Stef was angry – at God, at the boating accident that left her an amputee, at everything. Despite that, she is a Olympic sprinter for the United Kingdom and brought home silver from the 2012 Paralympics Summer Games. How?
Hers is a story of faith, hope and bravery to overcome a struggle few of us will ever have to face. Check it out in the video below!