Injured Vet Talks Transformation With Bob Woodruff Amid Invictus Games

"I’ve evolved. I’m stronger, more confident," he told ABC News' Bob Woodruff.

This isn’t Bob Woodruff’s first Invictus Games, either. He was also with Del Toro in London two years ago, but their friendship goes even further back.

Del Toro of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and the ABC News anchor have sat down together many times, and they came together again this week at the Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida, for the Paralympic-style sporting events.

“Not only do I see myself, how I’ve changed, I’ve evolved. I’m stronger, more confident.” Del Toro, 41, told Woodruff. “I saw how you were, how you evolved. It’s almost funny; we’ve been going toward the same journey together. We’d see each other here and there, and it’s been great.”

Their experiences brought them together years ago and they have remained in contact ever since. These are two stories of transformation, shared again Sunday as Del Toro prepared to compete this week in powerlifting and cycling.