Prince Harry introduces athletes for Invictus Games

Prince Harry introduces 130 injured servicemen and women taking part in the upcoming Invictus Games.

Prince Harry has introduced 130 athletes comprising injured servicemen and women to compete in next month's Invictus Games.

The event, which will consist of Paralympic-style competitions, will be held at London's Olympic Park in four weeks' time.

"Prosthetics, dogs, wheelchairs, high-performance cars, 4x4s, tattoos, we've got everything here," the Daily Star quotes Prince Harry as saying.

"It could only be the Invictus Games. These men and women here have achieved so much already but being selected for this team is another significant milestone in their life beyond injury."

Prince Harry launched the event back in March.

Prince Harry gives a speech at the media launch for the Invictus Games 2014 at the Copper Box Arena in the Olympic Park on March 6, 2014
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