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Prince Harry to hand over US Soldier's Invictus Games medal to medics who saved her life

Prince Harry will meet members of the Papworth Hospital team tomorrow during a reception at Kensington Palace. Amongst those in attendance will be the staff who treated Invictus Games competitor, Sergeant Elizabeth Marks, who handed back the medal that she won to Prince Harry, requesting it would be given to the staff who treated her. Prince Harry will now fulfil his promise on Wednesday…
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Recap of the closing ceremonies for the 2016 Invictus Games

The Invictus games closing ceremonies were three hours of tributes to the world’s military, their families and friends and music topped with lots of music. The show was hosted by ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap and even though there was no official medal count the United States came out on top; the United Kingdom came in next and France was third. It opened with every participant receiving a…
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to officially launch Heads Together campaign

When the video featuring the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry introducing their Heads Together campaign was released a few weeks ago, it took over social media and the world. The next leg of this journey to end the stigmatization of mental health forever is fast approaching. Next Monday at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with Prince…
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Invictus 2016: Monday morning

I arrived at the ESPN Wide World of sports Complex at around 9:00. Before entering the grounds, there were spectators viewing the cycling competition. A drum band played in the distance to psych up the crowd. The energy in the park was absolutely magnetic. Everyone cheered…
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Invictus 2016: Symposium on The Invisible Wounds of War

yesterday, I said that I would discuss more about the symposium on the invisible wounds of war. This forum was hosted by the George W. Bush Institute and brought together policymakers, competitors, experts from the medical and healthcare profession, caregivers, Prince Harry and Former President Bush. The four-hour event utilized an international perspective on the obstacles faced by service…
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