Danish veterans Kim Robin and Jacob Udsen have known each other for 35 years, yet they consider their trip down under for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018
Attending the athletics as a tribute to their late husband-father, Australian war widow Carmel Gazal and her daughter Gabrielle were in the crowd when the German Minister for Defence Ursula von der Leyen and Brigadier Michael Bond visited the German team.
Unlike many large international sporting events, when Prince Harry closes the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games presented by Jaguar Land Rover, it will not be the end but a new beginning for the veterans of Australia.
Taking part in her second Invictus Games, Steffi Matz says she’s feeling more relaxed this time around, compared to her first experience at Toronto 2017.
They called the Invictus Games competitors “inspirational” but it was the children from the Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s Big Little Warrior event who won the hearts of athletics fans on Friday morning.
After Anthony McDaniel lost both legs and a hand in a blast, one of his first thoughts was what kind of lessons he could provide to his infant son.
A roaring home crowd cheered on Team Australia to victory in the wheelchair rugby tournament at the Invictus Games Sydney 2018.
67-year-old Cavell Simmonds is the oldest competitor at the Invictus Games Sydney 2018. Yet a special gesture from another competitor left her overwhelmed.
What do pony rides, giant board games and super bouncy balls have to do with the often-stigmatized topic of mental health?
Padre Darren O’Callaghan says the New Zealand wheelchair basketball team is undecided about performing the traditional posture dance when competition starts – unless they meet the hosts.