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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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Paul Hemsley

Paul Hemsley

Aged just 21, he lost his right leg and suffered a devastating brain injury that left him paralysed and unable to speak. His mum, Terrie, shares the lifelong impact Paul’s injuries have had on him and the family.

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Dom Lovett

Dom Lovett

Former Royal Marine Dom Lovett was on a training exercise in 2008 when a freak accident rendered him paralysed from the neck down and fighting for survival.

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Anthony Cooper

Anthony Cooper

Former Kingsman Anthony Cooper’s life changed forever when he was injured by a roadside bomb at the age of 22.

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Simon Vaughan

Simon Vaughan

Simon Vaughan was one of Afghanistan’s most seriously injured veterans and was not expected to survive his injuries.

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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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