Paralympian Hunter Woodhall proposed to longtime girlfriend Tara Davis and shared she makes him a better person while thanking her for loving him for years.
Three-time medalist Hunter Woodhall announced on his Instagram on Sunday, September 26, that he and his love and fellow track and field star Tara Davis are engaged and wrote:
“To my future wife, I promise to always be there for you. I promise to always provide for you. I promise to always love you.”
THE ROMANTIC PROPOSAL
The Georgia native continued to say that Davis makes him a better person and cannot imagine a life without her. He then thanked her for putting her trust in him, being supportive, and loving him for the past five years.
Woodhall, 22, cheered to the rest of their lives together and shared a gallery of photos from their special moment. He then revealed that the last image displayed his relief after his now-fiancee said yes to his proposal.
The first picture showed the lovebirds holding hands under a wooden altar on the beach, decorated with flowers and chandeliers.
The following snapshot showed Woodhall on his knees during the romantic proposal with Davis, also 22 years of age, flashing in excitement.
Meanwhile, the third snap displayed the happy couple celebrating in an embrace after the American junior record holder said yes to the big question.
Woodhall proposed to Davis while on a romantic getaway to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The future bride herself went on her Instagram to mark the special occasion.
She captioned her post alongside an image from their proposal saying her beau has shown her the true meaning of life, adding now she gets to spend the rest of her life with him.
The sports star proudly flaunted her diamond engagement ring as she donned a plunging floral dress. At the same time, her future husband dressed up in a white suit.
The duo met while competing in college, Davis for Texas and Woodhunter for Arkansas. At the time, Davis became a national champion.
As for her fiance, he was the first double-amputee track and field athlete to earn a Division I athletic scholarship. Apart from their sporting success, the pair have amassed a substantial social media following.
Woodhall has 3 million followers following his appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and was even profiled in The New York Times.