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Verité Sport exists to promote a Christian presence in sport, to take the teachings of the Bible and to apply them to sport. While Verité Sport is a new missionary organization, its Executive Director, Stuart Weir, has been involved in Sports ministry for over 25 years.


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Pan Am Games
Laura is a chaplain at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.
Stuart was at the Monaco Diamond League
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Monaco Diamond League
Last updated 10 days ago
I was in Monaco for the Diamond League in early July. There are worse places to spend a few days. The photo above shows me interviewing Christian Taylor. Have I ever done an interview in a more beautiful setting? read more >
Pan AM Games 2015
Last updated 20 days ago
The Pan Am Games take place in Toronto, July 10-26. Laura Kyte de Gonzalez is among the chaplains. The event sees 41 countries competing against each other in over 50+ sports. read more >
European Teams Championship
Last updated 28 days ago
The European Team Championship took place in mid June in Cheboksary, 500 miles south west of Moscow. Stuart was there to write for Oxford Mail and Athletics Weekly as well as leading church for some athletes. read more >
Olympic Stadium
Last updated 49 days ago
World 400m champion Christine Ohuruogu swept away the final protective layer of soil from the finish line in the former Olympic Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, ahead of the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games on 24-26th July. The event will be the read more >
Rome Diamond League 2015
Last updated 54 days ago
Stuart was in Rome for the Diamond League Athletics on 4 June. With no Oxford athletes competing, there was no Oxford Mail writing but towards 20 known Christian athletes to encourage. Last night there was an athlete Bible Study. read more >