From PJ Media: ‘Nationless’ Refugee Olympic Team Ran for Their Lives Before They Competed for Gold

This year’s Olympic Games feature a team of ten competitors who are athletes without a nation. In March, the International Olympic Committee established a team of refugees with the goal of serving as “a symbol of hope for all the refugees in our world, and will make the world better aware of the magnitude of this crisis,” in the words of IOC president Thomas Bach, who also said, “These refugee athletes will show the world that, despite the unimaginable tragedies they have faced, anyone can contribute to society through their talent, skills and strength of the human spirit.”

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