Evansville native, Lilly King, along with other Olympians from across the state of Indiana who participated in the Rio Games, were recognized for their accomplishments before and during Sunday's Indianapolis Colts' game at Lucas Oil Stadium.

King, who brought home a gold medal in both the 100 meter breaststroke, and 4 x 100 meter team medley, along with the other nine Olympians, received another gold medal before the game from Governor Mike Pence on Sunday, this one in the form of an Indiana Bicentennial Commemorative Medal.

The athletes were also recognized on the field during halftime when they each received a personalized Colts jersey from team co-owner, Carlie Jackson, the daughter of owner, Jim Irsay.

[Source: WISH-TV]

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