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Invictus Games highlights the healing power of sport in support of wounded, injured & ill veterans & current servicemen & women.
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InvictusSydney Dec 13
The team from has signed off and this account is no longer monitored. To stay in touch with all the Invictus Games news head to and
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InvictusSydney Dec 2
Invictus Games - Families and Friends we thank you: via
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InvictusSydney Nov 30
Replying to @WeAreInvictus
Thanks to our competitors, their families & friends, our partners, volunteers & everyone who has been on this wonderful journey. You can still relive . Stay engaged as we countdown to the @TheHague2020
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InvictusSydney Nov 30
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We also want to remind everyone that the job’s not done and the real legacy will be from now within communities, with corporate partners & across all levels of Government. We urge you to support @VeteranSportAustralia and to promote the healing power of sport in your community.
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InvictusSydney Nov 30
Impact: It’s time for us to sign off :( But before we go watch this video that reinforces the tremendous impact of Invictus Games Sydney 2018.
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InvictusSydney Nov 29
recap: Research confirms Australians are ready to support veterans off the back of the success of Invictus Games Sydney 2018.
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InvictusSydney Nov 29
recap: There were so many phenomenal moments throughout Invictus Games Sydney 2018 - we had to have another look. The call was for and to everyone involved. You definitely
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InvictusSydney Nov 28
recap: Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove has urged Australians not to “turn off the light” that has shone on the plight of servicemen and women thanks to the Invictus Games Sydney 2018.
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InvictusSydney Nov 28
recap: Was the vision for achieved? And should servicemen and women aim for 2020? We asked the CEO, CDO and Ambassadors.
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InvictusSydney Nov 27
recap: All the planning was to ensure competitors had a wonderful experience to assist their rehabilitation & recovery. Listen to their thoughts, who they wanted to thank and their encouragement for others to nominate for . WATCH:
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InvictusSydney Nov 27
recap: Competitors could not achieve what they do without the tireless and unwavering love and support of their family and friends. Here they pay tribute to those who play such a crucial role in their recovery. WATCH:
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InvictusSydney Nov 27
recap: Wow. One-month since Sydney said thank you – and farewell – to the all conquering servicemen and women of the world as the Games came to a close. HRH, The Duke of Sussex, praised the Games as being “truly magnificent”. Full Ceremony recap:
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InvictusSydney Nov 26
recap: The wheelchair basketball final was the last event after 8 days of sensational competition. One of the gold medallists couldn't wait to get home and hand his gold medal to his son. Full story:
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InvictusSydney Nov 26
recap: Don't miss this! Invictus Games Sydney 2018 competitors reflect on their injuries and the positive impact of becoming involved in adaptive sports, and their 'new lease on life' !
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InvictusSydney Nov 26
recap: There was plenty of 😍😍 at and even a wedding on the final day. Dean and Gailynne got re-married after Dean was unable to remember their wedding from 19 years ago, due to his injuries and illness. It was beautiful!
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InvictusSydney Nov 25
recap: Members of played a wheelchair basketball exhibition. These Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders were showing what they can do and raising awareness of their need for equal opportunities and support. Watch
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InvictusSydney Nov 25
recap: Romanian Laurentiu Serban was one of the competitors to receive a new prosthetic leg from HRH Prince Charles in 2017. His story is remarkable. He taught himself to walk again, then run and he still serves. Full story:
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InvictusSydney Nov 24
recap: The Games wouldn't have been possible and the tremendous success it was without the amazing volunteers. The power of volunteering was a legacy of the Games, with ambassador Ian Thorpe getting involved.
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InvictusSydney Nov 24
recap: Each competitor brought two special family and/or friends to the Games. They had an extensive program of events around Sydney. You can see from this video the excitement, enthusiasm and support they brought. 'Go Daddy!'
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InvictusSydney Nov 24
recap: Thanks to for their fantastic coverage. Go back and watch the ceremonies, daily live streams, daily highlights, daily panel show and other special programming on the ABC YouTube Channel and through iview. Watch here:
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