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Olympics Legacy

Prince Harry lifts the trophy after team

Video: Prince Harry plays “murderball” at the Invictus Games

If you missed any of the Invictus Games action at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, or want to relive it, check out our video and picture gallery.

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Team GB on stage at the Invictus Games Closing Ceremony at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Picture:PA Wire/Suzan/EMPICS Entertainment

Invictus games hailed a success as talk turns to legacy

Talk has already turned to legacy after the first ever Invictus Games came to a close following four-days of thrilling disability sport.

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Members of the USA team during the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games. Picture: PA Wire/Jonathan Brady

Invictus Games raises the bar on Warrior Games, say American athletes

American athletes were full of praise for the Invictus Games, claiming its scale and support dwarfed their own Warrior Games that first inspired the adaptive sports tournament over here.

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Maurillia Simpson shows of her gold and silver Invictus Games medals

Invictus Games: Olympic Park’s own wounded warrior wins gold and silver

Injury might have ended her military career, but it didn’t stop former Lance Corporal Maurillia Simpson from winning gold and silver medals at the Invictus Games.

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Team Great Britain on the stage for the medallion presentation at the closing ceremony. Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Invictus Games: Foo Fighters headline spectacular five-hour closing ceremony

A star-studded line-up of musicians and comedians closed the first ever Invictus Games at a spectacular ceremony last night.

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Alferdo de los Santos

Invictus Games ‘on a different level’ to US Warrior inspiration

Famously inspired by America’s Warrior Games, the Invictus Games has taken the idea of a multi-sport event for injured servicemen to another level, according to those who have experienced both.

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Capt James Cumming

Invictus Games: Injured cyclists hoping for Games legacy

One of the key aims of the Invictus Games has been to highlight the achievements of injured serviceman, something the competitors hope to see maintained in the coming years.

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Prince Harry lifts the trophy after team

Invictus Games: Great Britain win wheelchair rugby gold

Great Britain enjoyed a golden evening at the Invictus Games with a dramatic victory over the USA in a nail-biting wheelchair rugby final.

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Great Britain's Michael Hall celebrates victory during the Men's Archery Individual bronze medal match. (Pic: Anthony Devlin/PA

Invictus Games: Archer celebrates ‘emotional’ day with double medal success

Archer Michael Hall celebrated a day to remember at the Invictus Games after picking up gold and bronze medals this afternoon in Stratford’s Here East arena.

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From left: The Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Prince of Wales and Prince Harry during the opening ceremony of The Invictus Games at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Invictus Games: Prince Harry says ‘lives will change’ in speech at triumphant opening ceremony

The Invictus Games opened with a triumphant ceremony at the former Olympic Park this evening.

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Prince Harry looks on as the German sitting volleyball team gets into training at Sporthouse, Dagenham

Video: Prince Harry meets Invictus Games athletes at Sporthouse Dagenham

See below for a video of Prince Harry’s visit to Sporthouse, Dagenham, to visit wounded warriors training for the Invictus Games.

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Capt James Cumming will compete in the two cycling events.

Invictus Games: Injured cyclist prepares to represent Britain

One of the many incredible feats about Invcitus Games athletes is the speed that many have taken to a brand new sport.

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Terry Byrne, from Colchester, is competing in the Invictus Games. In action in the velodrome.

Colchester: Paralympic cyclist Terry Byrne hopes to clinch Invictus Games success

A world champion Paralympic cyclist from Colchester is preparing to compete in the Invictus Games this Saturday.

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Prince Harry arrives on the Jim Peter's Athletics Centre track next to Sporthouse, Dagenham

Pictures: Prince Harry visits Invictus Games athletes at Sporthouse Dagenham

Prince Harry visited athletes in training for the Invictus Games at Dagenham’s Sporthouse today.

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Sir Keith Mills (pic: PA)

Invictus Games: Chair Sir Keith Mills talks Prince Harry and Olympic legacy

The challenge of organising a brand new international multi-sports event in just seven months might sound like an impossible ask, but that’s exactly what Invictus Games chairman Sir Keith Mills and his team have achieved.

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Barking Sporthouse will be used as a temporary training centre by athletes competing in the Invictus Games

Invictus Games: Prince Harry to visit athletes at Dagenham Sporthouse today

Prince Harry is today due to mix in with athletes training at Dagenham’s Sporthouse in preparation for the Invictus Games.

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Links

Official London Olympics 2012 website
www.london2012.com

Olympic Park Legacy Company
http://www.legacycompany.co.uk/

Working for London 2012
https://locogrecruitment.london2012.com/jobs/main

London 2012 tickets
http://www.tickets.london2012.com/

Olympics schedule
http://media.ticketmaster.com/en-gb/img/sys/tournament/london2012/oly-complete.pdf

Resources
Map of the Olympic Venues (jpg, 558kb)
Map of the Olympic Parks (pdf, 2.6mb)