Sunday, September 11, 2016

Army Sergeant Swimmer Who Stole Prince Harry's Heart Wins Gold In 100m Paralympic

A swimmer and Iraq veteran famous for her flirtation with Prince Harry and her kind gesture towards the hospital that saved her life has won gold in the Paralympic pool.

Sgt. Elizabeth Marks, 26, became the Paralympic champion in the 100m Breaststroke SB7.

Jessica Long, also of the US, took silver and Lisa den Braber of Holland got bronze.

Marks is the charming army medic who touched the heart of Prince Harry when she gave him her gold medal at the Invictus Games and asked him to return it to the British hospital that saved her life.