Michelle Kwan has scored yet another gold—a wedding ring!
The heavily medaled skating champ (two Olympic medals, nine U.S. national wins and five world championships to be exact) said "I do" to her 31-year-old beau Clay Pell on Saturday at the First Unitarian Church of Providence, R.I., E! News confirms.
Clay, a director for strategic planning on the national security staff at the White House, and a JAG and Lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard, donned his full dress uniform while Kwan opted for a classy ivory Vera Wang gown as she was escorted down the aisle by her father.
The couple shared the intimate moment with 240 family members, friends, and of course, fellow Olympic champions like Brian Boitano, Dick Button, Dorothy Hamill and Peter Oppegard.
And Kwan's fellow competitors weren't the only Olympic memories—the ceremony included "Fields of Gold" as well, aka the song in which Kwan skated to back in 2002 at the end of her bronze-medal finish at the Salt Lake City Winter Games.
We bet this is Kwan's favorite medal of all!
—Additional reporting by Marcus Mulick