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25th April 2019
Without the Games, I don’t believe that I would have adjusted to civilian life anywhere near as easily, nor would I be where I am today.

Zoe Williams tells the Invictus Games Foundation about her experiences of the Invictus Games and preparing for the London Marathon. I joined the Royal Navy in 2011 and soon after starting began to struggle with lower limb pain that nearly setback my training and made it difficult to continue. Nevertheless, I powered through and made […]

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24th April 2019
Darran ‘Daz’ Challis is running the London Marathon 2019 for the Invictus Games Foundation – read his story and support his journey!

I joined the Parachute Regiment at 18 years old and served for 26 years leaving as a Warrant Officer Class 2.  I was Medically Discharged in 2012 due to injuries I sustained whilst training and on Operational Tours, (Fractures to Cervical, Thoracic and Lumber Spine, Fracture to Pelvis, Both Femur’s Fractured, Partial Hip Replacement and […]

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15th April 2019
“The only limits are the ones that we place on ourselves”

Luke Delahunty, Invictus Games alumni, is undertaking the London Marathon for the Invictus Games Foundation. In 1996, I was paralysed from the chest down in a motorcycle crash whilst serving in the RAF Regiment. I wasn’t expected to live through the night after the crash, I was extremely fortunate to survive my injuries. Twenty years on […]

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2nd April 2019
Former competitor Sally Orange is running the Virgin Money London Marathon 2019 for the Invictus Games Foundation

I joined the Royal Army Medical Corps in 1998 whilst studying at University to become a physiotherapist.  I was deployed on Operation Herrick in 2011 and played a role in the recovery and ongoing rehabilitation of countless severely traumatically injured personnel over my career of 21 years. When diagnosed with my own illness, I drew […]

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1st March 2019
APPLY NOW: Invictus Games Foundation voluntary categoriser roles for the Invictus Games The Hague 2020

The Invictus Games use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women. The categorisation process aims to ensure the best possible competitor experience at the Invictus Games. The Invictus Games is a unique competition which enables all participants to […]

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22nd February 2019
The Invictus Games Foundation appoints new Development Director

The Invictus Games Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Jenni Anderson as Development Director. She joined the team on February 19th, 2019. Jenni joins the Invictus Games Foundation from The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, where she was Fundraising Director for two years leading on philanthropy, partnerships and events.   She has spent 16 […]

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23rd November 2018
Invictus Games Foundation Bat Out Of Hell The Musical Social Media Promotion Terms & Conditions

By entering the Invictus Games Foundation Bat Out Of Hell The Musical Social Media Promotion (the “Promotion”) Entrants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. Definitions  1.1         Entrant(s) means a person or persons entering the Invictus Games Foundation Bat Out Of Hell The Musical Social Media Promotion hosted on the Invictus Games Foundation @weareinvictus Twitter […]

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9th November 2018
Invictus Games Foundation appoints new Operations Director

The Invictus Games Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Smith CBE as Operations Director. He will be joining the team from January 2019. Richard has a military background, having served in the Army as a Brigadier and was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.  He coordinated the contribution of 18,000 military personnel to the security of the London […]

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27th October 2018
Closing Ceremony speech from the Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, The Duke of Sussex

Sunday 27th October 2018 Good evening Sydney and those watching around the world. As always when these Games close, I would like to start by saying thank you. To PK and Lieutenant General Peter Lay and the whole Sydney 2018 team – the vision and hard work has paid off and you have put on […]

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27th October 2018
HRH The Duchess of Sussex leads the applause for friends and family at Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Closing Ceremony

Sunday 27th October 2018 Good evening everyone. It is such an honour to be here tonight celebrating all of you, and supporting my husband in the Invictus Games, which he founded four years ago. In that short span of time, the Games have evolved into an international platform of some of the best athletics and […]

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26th October 2018
LOVE AND LANDMINES

The Invictus Games Foundation meet with competitors as they relax in gaps between the sporting competition schedule, and discover a love story Down Under. Surrounded by his pals, Talash cuts quite the dash in his suit. The others are noticeably more casual. His hair is styled to within an inch, the aftershave is ever present […]

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25th October 2018
Mateship

“If you had to describe your dance moves in one word, what would it be?” “Probably… ‘Random’. Can I go now? Nutbush is about kick-off!” Emily says. I have so many questions. What is ‘Nutbush’? Is it a new adaptive sport or an Aussie variant for what most other people would refer to as Volleyball […]

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