On Sunday, Prince Harry launched the third Invictus Games in Toronto at the opening ceremony, where 550 athletes from 17 nations will compete in 12 various sporting disciplines over eight days. The UK team trained at the sports training village at the University of Bath following their selection back in April.
Prince Harry created the Invictus Games in 2014 with the intention of giving injured or sick Armed Forces personnel the chance to compete in Paralympic-style multi-sport events against other countries, including wheelchair basketball and indoor rowing.
Due to the location and time difference of this year’s games, the BBC are only showing highlights and interviews from the games at the following times:
Sunday 24th September, 17:30-18:30
Monday 25th September, 19:30-20:00 and 20:30-21:00
Tuesday 26th September: 19:00-19:30
Wednesday 27th September: 19:00-20:00
Thursday 28th September: 20:00-21:00
Friday 29th September: 20:30-21:00
Saturday 30th September: 17:10-17:40
Sunday 1st October: 17:00-18:00
Be sure to set a reminder in your TV planner so you don’t miss the action!
The 2018 Invictus Games will be taking place in Sydney, Australia, and they are hoping it will be even bigger than this year’s games.