Prince William and his brother, Prince Harry, broke from watching sports at the Olympics to play in their own polo match yesterday. The royals played at the Cirencester Park Polo Club in a matchup held to benefit three charities close to their hearts, homeless organization Centrepoint, children's welfare group WellChild, and a Lesotho-focused philanthropy called Dolen Cymru. William and Harry wanted to participate in the polo game, but still see their favorite Olympic events. William and Harry got the polo time moved up by a half hour so they could make it back to Olympic Park and cheer on Usain Bolt in the 100-meter race. Harry and Usain struck up a friendship during the royal's visit to Jamaica earlier this year. Harry showed his support for Usain and Jamaica by wearing a green, yellow, and red scarf given to him by Bob Marley's widow, Rita Marley.