June 2010
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);6/21/2010, Vol. 62 Issue 25, p20
The article reports on the sadness of snowboard winner Torah Bright during her marriage with Jake Welch in a traditional Mormon ceremony in Salt Lake City, Utah. It states that Bright has been saddened with the fact that her non-Mormon brother Ben Bright is prohibited to witness her marriage in the Mormon Church. It notes that Bright's brother has helped her to win Olympic Gold at the 2010 Winter Olympics.


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