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Recruitment Open for We Are Invictus Esports Moderators
15th November 2021
Recruitment Open for We Are Invictus Esports Moderators

The Invictus Games Foundation is exploring how to replicate the success of its international sport recovery pathway and use the power of esports to support the recovery of international wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women. We would like to recruit three members of the community to support the Foundation in a voluntary capacity to […]

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Invictus Australia launches to continue the legacy of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018
27th October 2021
Invictus Australia launches to continue the legacy of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018

Australia has achieved a world first with the launch today of Invictus Australia. Invictus Australia will be at the forefront of delivering sport recovery programs and services to improve the health and wellbeing of military veterans and their families, using sport as the primary vehicle. Invictus Australia, under licence from the Invictus Games Foundation, is […]

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Invictus Games Foundation ‘Conversation’ on ‘Employment and Employability: The Invictus Community’
5th October 2021
Invictus Games Foundation ‘Conversation’ on ‘Employment and Employability: The Invictus Community’

The Invictus Games Foundation (IGF) is pleased to announce the next iteration of its ‘Conversation’ series as a webinar on Wednesday, 3rd November 2021. The primary panel discussions will occur between 1400-1530 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). The overall event will run between 1330- 1600 to provide opportunities for attendees to meet the speakers, their companies […]

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From Invictus to the Paralympics – international competitors on the podium
15th September 2021
From Invictus to the Paralympics – international competitors on the podium

International Invictus Games competitors recently took part in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, with successful results that meant that if the Invictus Games alumni formed a country, they would have taken 21st position in the medal table! Elite sport is not necessarily where Invictus Games competitors aim for post-Games, as the intent for the Games is […]

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Join the Tour d’Invictus!
6th September 2021
Join the Tour d’Invictus!

The Invictus Games Foundation is coordinating a new virtual challenge following the route of the world’s most iconic cycle race – Tour de France. From 1200 (BST) 26th September to 1200 (BST) 17th October 2021, teams of 8 will have just three weeks to cover the 2124 miles (3418 km) route. This cycling challenge follows […]

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WeThe15: A global human rights movement for the 1.2 billion persons with disabilities
18th August 2021
WeThe15: A global human rights movement for the 1.2 billion persons with disabilities

Multiple international organisations unite for decade-long campaign to transform the lives of 1.2 billion people Campaign led by International Paralympic Committee, International Disability Alliance, UN Human Rights, UNESCO, UNAOC amongst others For the first time ever, IPC, Special Olympics, Invictus Games Foundation and International Committee of Sports for the Deaf collaborate Airing of campaign film, […]

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Invictus Games Foundation announces host city shortlist for the Invictus Games 2025
3rd August 2021
Invictus Games Foundation announces host city shortlist for the Invictus Games 2025

3rd August, 2021, London. The Invictus Games Foundation is delighted to announce that three cities have now been shortlisted to bid to host the Invictus Games 2025. After receiving strong initial bids from a wide range of international cities, the Foundation has now taken three through to the next stage of the process: the cities […]

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New We Are Invictus moderators appointed from Canada and New Zealand
29th June 2021
New We Are Invictus moderators appointed from Canada and New Zealand

Following the appointment of 8 moderators from Australia, the UK and the USA, the Invictus Games Foundation are delighted to announce that 4 new representatives from Canada and New Zealand have now joined the team! These volunteers are drawn from the community of international wounded injured or sick service personnel, and will be supporting the […]

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Join us in our Lap of Holland
24th May 2021
Join us in our Lap of Holland

Join the Invictus Family in our attempt to complete a virtual circumnavigation of The Netherlands in just 24 hours! Walk, Run, Wheel, Cycle, Row, or Swim and add your distances to the tally. To mark the week that would have been the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 this year, we are calling on the help […]

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The IGF Conversation: ‘Learning and Emerging from the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of Sport’
21st May 2021
The IGF Conversation: ‘Learning and Emerging from the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of Sport’

The Invictus Games Foundation (IGF) is pleased to announce the next iteration of its ‘Conversation’ series as a webinar on Wednesday, 2nd June 2021 between 1400-1545 British Summer Time. Along with a number of other events, it will occur during the ‘Games Week’ when the Invictus Games The Hague would have taken place in 2021. […]

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New Chair for the Invictus Games Foundation
10th May 2021
New Chair for the Invictus Games Foundation

The Invictus Games Foundation is delighted to announce a new Chair of its Board of Trustees, with the appointment of Lord Charles Allen of Kensington CBE. Charles joined the board as a trustee in 2020, and following Sir Keith Mills standing down as Chair at the last board meeting after 6 years in the role, […]

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British Rowing announces updated indoor adaptive rowing classifications following Invictus Games Foundation guidance
6th May 2021
British Rowing announces updated indoor adaptive rowing classifications following Invictus Games Foundation guidance

British Rowing has announced updated indoor adaptive rowing classifications and event formats. The new and improved approach will open indoor rowing competitions and events up to even more adaptive rowers, ‘levelling the playing field’ as well as enabling more engaging racing. The new classifications and event formats have been developed in conjunction with the Invictus […]

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