Invictus means unconquered. It’s the embodiment of the unbreakable spirit, and the very foundation of what the Invictus Games celebrate. The 2014 games were a huge success in London, and celebrated the spirited of wounded, ill, and injured Service men and women – both active duty and veterans. Now the games are coming to Orlando, at The Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World.
Tickets are now on sale for the 2016 Invictus Games, which will be hosted at Walt Disney world on May 8th-12th.
500 competitors from 15 nations compete for the Gold in 10 Sports including Archery, Indoor Rowing, Powerlifting, Road Cycling, Sitting Volleyball, Swimming, Track & Field, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Rugby and Wheelchair Tennis. They will all converge on Orlando, along with celebrities, tributes and much more.
Here’s the full schedule of events:
The games will attract not only wounded servicemen and women, but also celebrities, including Prince Harry, who helped to create the games.