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James Stride

Representing Team UK at the forthcoming Invictus Games is the motivation that James is determined to maintain: “I am hoping that having the games as a motivator to keep me training, should get me back into a personal routine that I will be able to continue after the games.

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Shane Rossall

The Invictus journey has driven me to push myself through any obstacles and any barriers. I am now fully committed, not just to my own journey, but to the fellow team members.

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Victoria Ross

When asked what representing Team UK at the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 would mean to her, she said:” This journey will give me focus, a sense of purpose; make me believe I can accomplish anything as I did before.

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James Rogers

I would be incredibly proud to represent Team UK at Invictus 2020; pride has not been an easy emotion over recent years as I have struggled to come to terms with my newly inhibited life.

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Sarah Robinson

My Invictus journey and sport continue to enable me to become less isolated and I know that the recovery benefit from this process will help me continue to become stronger.

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Stephen Rice

The Games are a stepping stone, helping me move forward and beyond the worst two years of my life, pushing through my worst emotions into a future that I can look forward to.

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Sally Renard

I see being selected for the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 as the beginning of my journey, not the end. It would give me the confidence and drive to continue to seek new challenges and ambitions beyond my present comfort zone.

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Daniel Phillips Invictus 2020

More determined and focused than ever, 37-year-old Dan is passionate about the recovery benefits as a result of his Invictus journey.

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Stuart Padley

Taking part in the Invictus Games The Hague next year will enable me to move forward with my recovery and be part of a team with similar challenges.

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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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