As Team UK look ahead to the next steps of their recovery journeys, we’ve been putting our maths skills to good use and have been reflecting on some facts and figures from the most recent chapter of the Invictus Games.
Did You Know?
Following the success of Sydney 2018 and previous Games in Toronto, Florida and London, Help for Heroes, the Ministry of Defence and the Royal British Legion have designed a programme leading up to the next Invictus Games in The Hague in May 2020.
The programme will provide opportunities for wounded, injured or sick individuals to engage with sport at all levels.
This celebration of sport will culminate in a Team UK national Games in Sheffield in July 2019, playing host to the Invictus Games 2020 Trials and a wider recovery experience.
If you or a loved one has been affected by service and want to find out how to join Team UK, CLICK HERE.
Monday 8 July 2019Today, The Sun, with support from Help for Heroes, has launched a challenge calling on Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt – the two candidates for Prime Mi...
Friday 28 June 2019The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust (the Trust) has awarded £300,000 towards staging the Invictus UK Trials Sheffield 2019.
Friday 21 June 2019The Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games takes place from June 21-30 in Tampa Bay, Florida. Approximately 400 competitors representing teams from...