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Jack Otter

Inspired by watching the Invictus Games in 2018, Jack decided to push himself to apply for the 2020 Games.

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Daniel O'Connor

Army Veteran Daniel O’Connor is determined to prove that his career changing injury will not stop him achieving.

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Tom O'Brien

Tom O’Brien, from Great Harwood, signed up to the army at 17 and served for six years with the Scots Guards, involved in deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Anthony Morris

Being part of Team UK will enable me to rediscover who I am, focus on what I can actually do, and challenge myself and others to achieve our best.

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David Morris

The power of the Invictus Games is hard to describe to people; it has to be seen to be believed. The benefits have dramatically changed my way of life and how I cope with situations in general.

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Laura Powell

I want to be the fastest cancer survivor when running, the fittest cyclist, the strongest rower and the best supporter I can be, as part of Team Invictus Games 2020.

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Ben McComb

Ben McComb

A Captain in the British Army, Ben McComb credits his Invictus journey in re-igniting his passion and commitment to sport and all the benefits, both physical and emotional, it brings.

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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

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

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

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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

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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