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Jonathan Mitchell

Jonathan Mitchell

The 33-year-old, who goes by the name of Mitch competed at the Invictus Games and won a powerlifting bronze in Sydney last year and has been working hard to better that this time around.

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Jonathan Platt

Since leaving the Royal Navy, due to a back-injury, Johnathan Platt is keen to re-establish his love for playing sport.

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Mark Clougherty

For over 15 years, former British Army corporal Mark Clougherty has been battling post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), ever since witnessing the turmoil and tumult of the Iraq War in 2003. Withstanding setback after setback both mentally and physically for the father of three remains determined.

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Chaze Melluish

Former Lance corporal Chaze Melluish’s medical discharge from the British Army was followed by a series of personal challenges.

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David Dewar

David Dewar served for 16 and a half years in the Army, before a spinal injury left him unable to continue his military career.

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Antony Young

Selection for The Hague would give me the boost I need. To wear the uniform of my country again would give me such pride.

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Sean Wiseman

Representing Team UK at the forthcoming Invictus Games The Hague 2020 would be a significant step in the 27 year-olds, already remarkable recovery journey.

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Rachel Williamson (1)

After a life-changing injury knocked her confidence, RAF veteran Rachel Williamson almost gave up on fitness forever. Having rediscovered her passion, she set personal milestones as part of her sports recovery journey.

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David Wilkinson

The Invictus programme has enabled him to build his confidence and also support those in a similar situation.

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Nigel White

Representing Team UK at the forthcoming Invictus Games The Hague 2020 would provide tremendous inspiration to his recovery journey.

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Gwynne Walker

Although still serving in the British Army, 33-year-old Gwynne Walker lives with a progressive injury and since his latest operation, has gone from being active to non-active.

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Victoria Wales

Now on her sports recovery Invictus journey, the 42-year-old from Tyne and Wear is excited to be part of a team again.

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