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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

Paul Inman

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

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

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

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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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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Paul Gray

Invictus has opened Paul up to sports which he can compete in not only pain-free but that aid his recovery.

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Richard Gray

Invictus reminded me that after all I have been through, the two most important things in my life never gave up on me, my children. I made a promise then to never give up for them.

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Daniel Gill

Daniel Gill

A keen Wheelchair Basketball player, Dan is pushing himself this year to try other sports, including Swimming and Wheelchair Rugby.

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Tom Folwell

Competing in the Invictus Games will provide justification that my hard work can be rewarded, that I am still a member of the greater military family and provide me with a much-needed sense of achievement.

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Ian Fisher

Training for the Games, the former Staff Sergeant from Powys, has found a renewed confidence to socialise with his like-minded teammates.

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Jason Finlay

For Army veteran Jason, the Invictus journey has given him a spark again and a renewed love of exercise.

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