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David Dewar

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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Sean Wiseman

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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Nigel White

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

Gwynne Walker

Invictus Games competitor for Team UK, Gwynne Walker, lives with a progressive injury and since his latest operation, has gone from being active to non-active.

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Victoria Wales

Victoria Wales

Now on her sports recovery Invictus journey, the 42-year-old from Tyne and Wear is excited to be part of a team again.

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Daniel Tasker

Daniel Tasker

As Daniel continues on his sports recovery he credits his Invictus journey in giving him structure and purpose, one step at a time.

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James Stride

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

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

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

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

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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