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“Immense” pride as Kelly Ganfield wins historic medal

Kelly Ganfield said that becoming the first visually-impaired athlete to claim a medal at the Invictus Games “felt immense” after the University of Bath-based sprinter won silver in Sydney. Ganfield, who runs tethered to guide and athletics coach Mikail Huggins, teamed up with Naomi Adie, Alexandra McClellan and Debbie O’Connell to finish runners-up to the United States in

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Prince Harry announces Third Invictus Games awarded to Toronto

Prince Harry, Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, yesterday announced that the third Invictus Games have been awarded to Toronto, Canada.  The Invictus Games Toronto 2017 will take place in September 2017 and will have more competitors, more participating nations and more sports than ever before. Making the announcement via video message, Prince Harry explained why

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Prince Harry drops in on Invictus Games hopefuls

Prince Harry today dropped in on the University of Bath’s Sports Training Village to watch and support athletes seeking selection to the 100-strong UK team for the 2016 Invictus Games. The Invictus Games Foundation Patron met with serving and veteran servicemen and women who are using sport as part of their recovery. Staff at the

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