The Invictus Four

Members of SPORTS `N SPOKES head to the 2017 Invictus Games

 

Online Exclusive posted Wednesday, September 13, 2017 – 10:24am

Staffers from SPORTS `N SPOKES are preparing to trek to North America for the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada, September 22-30.

This year’s team consists of two photographers and two journalists from the SNS production office, and marks their first international assignment together. Dubbed the “Invictus Four”, the team says they’re stoked for the upcoming experience together and hope to capture some amazing photos, video and stories from the more than 550 disabled and injured service members and veterans from across the globe.

John Groth, Brittany Martin, Christopher Di Virgilio and Courtney Verrill are the Invictus Four and will be traveling to the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Kerry Randolph).

Your Invictus Four:

Christopher Di Virgilio – Web Content Manager – Staff photographer/videographer

Courtney Verrill – Web Content Coordinator – Staff photographer/videographer

John Groth – Editorial Coordinator – Staff writer

Brittany Martin – Editorial Coordinator –Staff writer

The first Invictus Games was held in London in 2014 with more than 400 competitors from 13 nations. This year, over 550 athletes from 17 nations will compete in 12 different sports such as cycling, sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball.

Prince Harry attends every year and is known for his interaction with the athletes and fans alike. In an interview with TODAY in 2016, he said “To me, we’re all the same. Yes, I’m Prince Harry, but to me I’m Captain Wales. To them, I’m Captain Wales and for me, these are people that I’ve served with.”

Be sure to follow along on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and look for Sportsclusive stories and articles right here on sportsnspokes.com as we honor the spirit and sacrifice of the servicemen and women of the world.

We’ll see you in Toronto!

For more information, visit Invictus Games

 

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