Since making headlines around the world for winning two gold medals, and her now infamous finger wag in Rio, Evansville's own Lilly King has been celebrated with her own day, received a key to the city, and served as Grand Marshal for the annual West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Parade. Now she has t…
After weeks of speculation and input from several members of the community, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke announced the finalized plan for a celebration to honor Evansville native and Olympic gold medalist, Lilly King, during a press conference Tuesday morning at Bosse Field.
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.
The Evansville Otters will welcome home Evansville native and two-time Olympic gold medalist, Lilly King, with an appearance at Friday night's home game against the Southern Illinois Miners at Bosse Field.
Evansville native, Lilly King, has gained numerous fans in the Tri-State after her run (swim?) at the Rio Olympics, but she's also gaining fans across the country, including pop queen and former The Voice coach, Christina Aguilera.
Evansville native, Lilly King is officially an Olympic Gold Medalist, and her alma mater, Reitz High School, has shown its pride in her accomplishment by painting their iconic 'R' on the hill facing Ray Becker Parkway the same color as her newest piece of hardware.