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Spencer Bull

Spencer Bull

Spencer served as an officer for 29 years in the Army where he completed several tours of Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Kuwait. Tragedy struck in 2005 when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and by 2011 Spencer was struggling to walk.

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Dave Anderson

Dave Anderson

Being part of the forces family again and getting involved with the Invictus Games process has provided former RAF Junior Technician David Anderson the “get up and go” to achieve his goals for both himself and his family.

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Rachel Williamson

Rachel Williamson

After a life-changing injury knocked her confidence, RAF veteran Rachel Williamson almost gave up on fitness forever. Having rediscovered her passion, relearning how to live without mobility in one arm, she set personal milestones as part of her sports recovery journey.

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Paul Hartley

Paul Hartley

The former Flight Sergeant, based in Cambridge, said taking part in the Invictus Games will allow him to recapture his identity and better prepare him to face any difficulties in the future.

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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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