25 October Olympian Speaks at Belmont Correctional Institution October 25, 2016 By ODRC Belmont Correctional Institution (BeCI), Institutions BeCI, Olympian, Wrestler, Chip Minton 0 Chip Minton, two time Olympic bobsledder and former WCW wrestler, delivered a message of hope to the offenders at Belmont Correctional Institution. Chip shared his story of being addicted to adrenaline and excitement. He participated in body building which gave him the recognition he thought he needed. He then became an Olympic bobsledder and later a professional wrestler. These were not enough and he turned to drugs and alcohol. He stated it was a dark life. He lost everything, his wife, child, and home. On June 28, 2003, while alone and broke, in a seedy motel, he was saved and found sobriety. He became involved with Sportsworld.Org and began sharing his story of God, hope, and recovery. He shared with the offenders to “be grateful for what you have because people are praying for what we have”. Chip’s story was truly inspirational. Related South African Chaplain Visits Belmont Correctional Institution (BeCI) Belmont Correctional Institution Kicks Off Combined Charitable Campaign in Style Warren Correctional Institution Mobile Blood Drive London Correctional Institution Delivers Bikes Dayton Correctional Institution (DCI) Host the Hogs Crossroads Launches at Warren Correctional Institution Comments are closed.