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Andrew Bracey

A former Reservist Craftsman, Andrew Bracey is now a wheelchair user as a result of his service and also suffers from PTSD. He has rods and screws in his lower back and can only walk 10 steps at a time. Andrew is a wheelchair racer and has been competing for three years. He says that the Invictus Games will boost his confidence massively, as it did in 2016. “Being in a wheelchair changed my life and I found a new life through sport. Training for something inspires me and to say it brought me back to life is an understatement.”