The second Invictus Games will be held this May at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Florida. The Games – the only international adaptive sporting event for injured active duty and veteran service members – bring together over 500 competitors from 15 nations to compete in 10 sports, including cycling, indoor rowing, track and field, and wheelchair tennis. The Invictus Games get their name from the 1878 William Ernest Henley poem, “Invictus, ” which means “unconquered” in Latin.
We are thrilled to be involved with the Invictus Games 2016! Use the hashtag #MoreThanThankYou on social media to celebrate the service men and women who have done so much to defend our nation, and check out this marketing video we made for the Games with the Fisher House Foundation‘s Ken Fisher: