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Sherry Mcbain

Sherry Mcbain

Competing at the Invictus Games is the next step in her recovery; it will afford Sherry the opportunity to develop her sense of self-respect and regain focus.

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Kelly Leonard

Kelly Leonard

The UK Trials was a turning point in my life, I am back competing and I want more. I have started to believe in myself and was proud to show my children, who have never seen me without disability, that with self-belief you can accomplish anything.

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Denise Kidger

Denise Kidger

Competing in the Invictus UK trials in Sheffield was a huge step forward in Denise’s recovery.

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Andy Kerr

Andy Kerr

Since starting his Invictus journey he is actively involved with coaching rugby again, has returned to training daily and is slowly re-building his relationship with his daughter.

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Clare Keating

Clare Keating

Committed to her training, Clare has joined a running club and recently ran her first 5km, saying she felt “10ft taller” for having done so. She also sings with the Help for Heroes choir which gives her release.

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Lisa Johnston

Lisa Johnston

I feel that by taking part in the Invictus Games 2020, it is the next big step in my recovery pathway.

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Paul Inman (1)

Paul Inman (1)

The Invictus family gives me the support I need and also provides my family with the support they need by introducing them to people who understand their situation too.

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Nathan Huddy

Nathan Huddy

Watching the Invictus Games in 2018, Nathan was inspired to contact Help for Heroes and said it was like “a switch being flicked inside his head.”

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Lucy Holt

Lucy Holt

The 26-year-old former Senior Aircraftsman in the RAF hopes to use the Invictus experience to gain teaching qualifications so she can work with disabled children.

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Gareth Hennis

Gareth Hennis

Before Invictus came along, former RAF man Gareth, 36, would either stay at home watching television or go to the pub. But Invictus has given him a reason to get up in the morning.

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Paul Hartley

Paul Hartley

The former Flight Sergeant, based in Cambridge, said taking part in the Invictus Games will allow him to recapture his identity and better prepare him to face any difficulties in the future.

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Vikrant Gurung

Vikrant Gurung

A former Rifleman based in Surrey, Vikrant had to have his leg amputated above the right knee, after he was injured during service in Afghanistan.

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