Take Your Elizabeth Marks: The Paralympic Spirit Soldiers To Victory In Pool At Rio 2016

Elizabeth Marks interviews Prince Harry at the Invictus Games for wounded soldiers (courtesy of Invictus)

Rio 2016 Paralympics: SB7 in Paralympic swimming states: “Swimmers who have an amputation of one arm are eligible to compete in this sport class. Also, athletes with significant restrictions across hip, knee and ankle joints could compete in this sport class.” Meet Elizabeth Marks (USA), the soldier who has helped put the Invictus Games for wounded soldiers on the map, not only by becoming a champion in the water but one in life too.

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Rio 2016 Paralympics: SB7 in Paralympic swimming states: “Swimmers who have an amputation of one arm are eligible to compete in this sport class. Also, athletes with significant restrictions across hip, knee and ankle joints could compete in this sport class.” Meet Elizabeth Marks (USA), the soldier who has helped put the Invictus Games for wounded soldiers on the map, not only by becoming a champion in the water but one in life too.

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