YOU CAN BE AT INVICTUS
Sydney will host the fourth Invictus Games from October 20–27. The Games were started by Prince Harry, who was inspired by an event he attended for wounded veterans in the US. He launched a large-scale multi-nation event after seeing the positive impact sport could have on the rehabilitation and recovery of service men and women who had been wounded, injured or fallen ill in the line of duty. More than 500 athletes from 18 countries, including Iraq, Jordan and Ukraine, will compete in Sydney in 11 medalled sports and two feature events. Some events are ticketed and others – road cycling, sailing and a driving challenge – are free to attend. The games will be broadcast on the ABC.
YOU GET BACK ON THE HORSE AND MAKE THE BEST OF THE SITUATION LIFE HAS GIVEN YOU.
Curtis McGrath after winning the KL2 at the Rio Paralympics.