The DVD

How to purchase the Struggle and Triumph DVD

36 Languages are included on the DVD.  The Struggle and Triumph DVD comes in either NTSC or PAL versions and may be purchased from www.aiagear.com.

For 100 or more copies of the DVD and special 501c3 pricing, please contact Shawn Keith directly: shawn.keith@athletesinaction.org.

Combo Purchase
Struggle and Triumph + Jesus Film, please visit: Eternal Triumph

United States

www.aiagear.com 

UK
In the UK, please visit Verité for order information.  

Australia
For orders in Australia, please visit Bible Society Australia.

Over the years, the Olympics have signified the highest in human achievement and have brought honor to all participating nations. In the ancient Olympics, Greeks competed as an act of worship to Zeus. Struggle and Triumph features modern-day Olympians who also see their participation in sports as an act of worship. Re-live the excitement, triumph and struggles of these world-class Olympians:

  • Catherine Ndereba of Kenya and Allyson Felix of the United States, both world-class runners, have represented their countries well as Olympic athletes. They both won medals in the 2004 and 2008 Olympics. It took Allyson only seconds to win her medal – Catherine had to run a marathon.
  • Badminton was introduced into the Olympics in 1992 and has since been dominated by players from Asia. Hendrawan and Candra Wijaya are two players who have participated in many international championships. Hendrawan won the silver medal in men's singles at the 2000 Summer Olympics and the gold medal at the 2001 IBF World Championships. Candra Wijaya won the gold in Sydney in 2000 with his partner, Tony Gunawan.
  • Julian Bolling is the only Sri Lankan swimmer known to have participated in three Olympic games, first at Los Angeles (USA) in 1984, then at Seoul (South Korea) in 1988, and finally at Barcelona (Spain) in 1992.
  • Dieudonne Disi is a world-class half-marathoner. Disi grew up in war-torn Rwanda, witnessed the killing of his entire family and still went on to compete in the Olympics in 2004. The following year Disi represented his country in the Francophone Games and took gold in the 10,000 meters and bronze in the 5,000. In 2009 he was again the 10,000m champion at the Francophone Games; and in 2008 he placed 6th in the IAAF World half-marathon.