Tickets are now on sale for the Invictus Games, the international sportsevent launched by Prince Harry that will see"wounded warriors" compete in London from 10-14 September.
40,000 TICKETS are available at www.invictusgames.org for the chance to cheer on wounded, injured, disabled and sick Servicemen and women at venues in London, from the Olympic/Paralympic Games.
More than400 competitors will nowcompete in nine adaptive sports include: Archery,Athletics, Road Cycling, Sitting Volleyball, Swimming, Wheelchair Rugby and Wheelchair Basketball, Indoor Rowing, Power Lifting and driving challenge.
The British Teamwill include some 100 competitors, serving and veteran, from the Army, Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force.
They will be joined by participants from 13countries which have servedalongside each other. Teams havebeen invited from Afghanistan, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Geogria, Iraq, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealandand the USA.
The events in September will mark the beginning of a legacy programme to support accessibilityof adaptivesportand further employment opportunitiesfor transitioning Servicemen and women leaving the Armed Forces.
Competitors and live audiences can look forward to enjoying the occasion in venues made famous by the London 2012 Games and the event will also be broadcast by the BBC.