Invictus Games Winner Gives Her Gold Medal to Prince Harry

Team USA swimmer Elizabeth Marks asked Prince Harry to take her fourth gold medal back to the U.K. hospital that saved her life.
1:04 | 05/12/16

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Transcript for Invictus Games Winner Gives Her Gold Medal to Prince Harry
Prince harry received a very special gift after winning the 100-meter freestyle Elizabeth marks gave prince harry her gold medal and asked him to please take it back to the hospital in the UK that saved her life. The 25-year-old swimmer also an active duty army staff sergeant suffered hip injuries during a tour in Iraq. By the way she had a great game, four gold medals in freestyle backstroke and breaststroke and all week we saw him threefully supporting all the competitors and robin by his side for some of it but somehow Elizabeth really seems to attract the attention of the internet and touched his heart and, of course, the internet is trying to speculate, oh, they make a great couple. They are speculating. She's married. She was being lovely. He's great. Have you seen it online? It's all over. The closing ceremony is tonight. It's been a spectacular game. It's just a beautiful event. It is.

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