Toronto will step up to host the 2017 Invictus Games from September 26 to 30

More than 600 competitors from 16 nations will compete in 12 adaptive sports

Transforming empathy into empowerment by allowing Canadians to showcase their support for our wounded warriors

The only international adaptive sport event for injured, ill and wounded active duty and veteran service members

Where will YOU be in September 2017?

The Invictus Games Toronto 2017

September 26 to 30, 2017 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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In May 2016, Prince Harry announced that Toronto, Ontario, will step up to host the next Invictus Games. The 2017 event will take place from September 26 to 30 and will see more than 600 ill, injured and wounded servicemen and women from 16 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.


“I always hoped the Invictus story would continue after the London Games. And having seen so many new people benefit from their journey to Orlando this year, I definitely did not want it to end here. So today, I am absolutely delighted to announce that the Invictus Games legacy will continue when Toronto hosts the third Invictus Games.”

— Prince Harry

Prince Harry

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Today's Feature is of Team Canada competitor Andrew Murphy!
Andrew Murphy grew up in Kippins, Newfoundland and served in the Canadian Army. Through the course of his duties, Mr. Murphy suffered from operational stress injuries. Mr. Murphy competed in track ...
RT @IGTeamCanada: Today's Feature is of Team Canada competitor Andrew Murphy! https://t.co/BZOnXLADTS #IAM #InvictusGames https://t.co/oyBf…
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RT @IGTeamCanada: Read up on the multiple accomplishments of Team Canada competitor Steven Daniel https://t.co/wfpzyvbxDt #IAM #InvictusGam…
We would like to thank Christopher Sweeney and Jeremy Diamond from the Vimy Foundation for donating this beautiful photo of the “Mother Canada” statue located at the base of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in Vimy, France. The photo is ...
Today's Feature is of Team Canada competitor Richard Power!
Currently residing in Hanwell, New Brunswick, Richard Power served for twenty-five years in the Royal Canadian Air Force as a flight engineer. Through the course of his duties, Mr. Power sustained ...
Today's Feature is of Team Canada competitor Sean Wyatt!
Sean Wyatt served for twenty-nine years in the Royal Canadian Navy. After harrowing experiences both domestically and overseas, Mr. Wyatt struggled with operational stress injuries. Mr. Wyatt competed in archery at ...
Today's Feature is of Team Canada competitor Mike Seinen!
Born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, Mike Seinen joined the Royal Canadian Navy to become a Marine Engineering Mechanic. While he was enrolled in Fleet School, a bike accident left ...
Today's Feature is of Team Canada competitor Harry Reddin!

Harry Reddin just retired to his hometown of Comox, British Columbia after twenty-two years in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Mr. Reddin suffers from inflammatory arthritis, which resulted in repeated episodes ...

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