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5 million for Invictus Games

5 million for Invictus Games

All about sports #8 – Indoor rowing

All about sports #8 – Indoor rowing

Invictus Games The Hague 2020 confirmed for April 16-22, 2022

Invictus Games The Hague 2020 confirmed for April 16-22, 2022

All about sports: #7 – Wheelchair basketball

All about sports: #7 – Wheelchair basketball

All about sports: #6 – Powerlifting

All about sports: #6 – Powerlifting

Message from our Founding Partners

Message from our Founding Partners

The Invictus Games The Hague postponed

The Invictus Games The Hague postponed

All about sports: #5 – Sitting volleyball

All about sports: #5 – Sitting volleyball

Organisers remain committed to delivering the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 for all competitors

Organisers remain committed to delivering the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 for all competitors

About the Invictus Games
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About the Invictus Games

Most of us will never know the full horrors of combat. Many Servicemen and women suffer life-changing injuries, visible or otherwise, whilst serving their country. How do these men and women find the motivation to move on and not be defined by their injuries?

The word ‘invictus’ means ‘unconquered’. It embodies the fighting spirit of wounded, injured and sick Service personnel and personifies what these tenacious men and women can achieve post injury. The Games harness the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for those who serve their country.

The Invictus Games are more than just sport. They capture hearts, challenge minds and change lives.