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Gary Callier

Gary Callier

Former Lance Corporal Gary Callier started off his Invictus journey isolated from his family and friends and life but the games have given him something to work towards, a focus and a goal to reach.

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Anthony Young

Anthony Young

Former British Army veteran Antony Young has worked hard to transition into civilian life and can’t wait to get out to The Hague to represent Team UK at the Invictus Games.

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David Wilkinson

David Wilkinson

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

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Daniel Phillips

Daniel Phillips

"I've been quite taken back by the number of people calling me and my story inspiring and of the Invictus athletes at the trials in Sheffield that said I had inspired them to be there"

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Daniel O'Connor

Daniel O'Connor

Inspired and motivated by his recent participation at the Invictus UK Trials, Daniel is passionate to seize the opportunity to represent Team UK

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Anthony Morris

Anthony Morris

Former RAF Squadron leader Antony Morris is determined to prove he can “still win” and has vowed not to let (CFS) hold him back and was inspired and motivated the Invictus UK Trials in July 2019.

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Chaze Melluish

Chaze Melluish

The Invictus programme has given me a healthy, positive direction, rather than allow it to swallow me whole

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Ben McComb

Ben McComb

A Major 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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Denise Kidger

Denise Kidger

“I took ownership of my recovery, faced my fears and had the courage to move on with my life. It has taken time, but I now realise that I do deserve a place on the Invictus UK Team, I am a valued team member.”

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Russell 'Festa' Hunt

Russell 'Festa' Hunt

Invictus has allowed me to join the military family again, be around like-minded people and challenge myself in ways I never thought I’d be able to again.

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Gareth Hennis

Gareth Hennis

Before Invictus came along, former RAF man Gareth (Gaz), 38, would either stay at home watching television or go the pub.

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Craig Godsall

Craig Godsall

For 30-year-old former Guardsman Craig, training for the Invictus Games has opened his eyes to the benefit of support from his teammates and coaches.

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