The 2017 Invictus Games, taking place Sept. 23 to 30 in Toronto, Canada, will include than 550 ill, injured and wounded servicemen and women from 17 allied nations compete in 12 adaptive sports.
The Invictus Games will use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding of and respect for those who serve their country, and their loved ones.
The events include wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, a variety of track and field events and, new to the 2017 Games, golf.
From September 23 to 30, 2017, Toronto will host more than 550 competitors from 17 nations for 8 days of fierce competition.
All competitors will be active duty and veteran service members from participating allied nations who have become ill or injured during or as a direct consequence of their service.
The fully integrated games, mean that some competitions will include able-bodied and disabled competitors of both genders compete side-by-side.
Opening and closing ceremonies will celebrate the outstanding performances and achievements of our unconquered competitors.