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Bruce Falkenburg

Bruce Falkenburg

Nerve damage and a series of injuries to his feet caused complications which resulted in Bruce having below the knee amputations of his legs in 2013 and 2015.

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Charlie Dye

Charlie Dye

Charlie, a recently medically discharged Corporal RAF Firefighter, was subject to a few complications during routine spine surgery which left him barely able to walk.

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Peter Dunning (1)

Peter Dunning (1)

Being a part of the UK Invictus Games team would really help me with, enhancing my confidence and would also allow me to feel good about myself again.

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James Cooper

James Cooper

Struggling with motivation and loneliness, the 2020 Invictus Games is giving him a focus and enabling him to face his demon and strive for something other than existing.

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Jonathan Congreve

Jonathan Congreve

For Welsh Army veteran Jonathan, being part of the Invictus Games will have life-saving benefits not only for himself, but for his friends and family

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Gillian Charlton

Gillian Charlton

Becoming involved in Invictus has demonstrated to me that I don’t need to go back to that ‘normal’ but that I can rewrite my script.

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Gary Callier

Gary Callier

“Being selected for Team UK for The Hague 2020 will be the perfect way in which to continue my journey to recovery.”

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Rob Bugden

Rob Bugden

“I entered the RAF as a sportsman and taking part in the Invictus Games means I would be leaving as one still."

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Anthony Booth

Anthony Booth

“Being a part of the Invictus family would also enable me to challenge myself physically and mentally, but knowing there will always be someone by my side.”

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Steven Baldwin

Steven Baldwin

Since leaving the forces and especially over the last ten-years, former Army Private Steven Baldwin has really struggled with his mental health and almost totally withdrawn from society.

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Stephen Ashcroft

Stephen Ashcroft

Stephen Ashcroft will be balancing his Invictus Games journey with completing a PhD in crop genetics.

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Jordan Armitage

Jordan Armitage

Lance Corporal Jordan Armitage, of County Durham, said taking part in the Team UK trials at Sheffield not only helped with his knee injury, but enabled him to start dealing with his mental health struggles

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