It's time for Invictus Games Orlando 2016 being held at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World® Resort in Kissimmee Florida.  Originally introduced in London in 2014, the Invictus Games is a showcase for wounded warriors.  Starting on Friday May 6, 2016 there will be daily activities, festivities and competitions.  The Prince Harry-inspired Invictus Games brings athletes from 15 nations competing in 10 events, swimming, archery, indoor rowing, powerlifting, road cycling, sitting volleyball, track and field, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, and wheelchair tennis.

On Friday May 6, 2016, Walt Disney World® Magic Kingdom® Park will play host to a special Invictus Games parade featuring the competitors on their Main Street USA.

The Opening Ceremony to the 2016 Invictus Games will take place Sunday May 8th with breath-taking military performances, stories of courage and musical acts.  The Opening Ceremony will include musical performances by British sensation Laura Wright and international star James Blunt and other surprise guests.

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On May 12, the Invictus Games Orlando 2016 will wrap up with an unforgettable Closing Ceremony.  Four days of extraordinary competition will conclude with musical performances by international popstar Rachel Platten, who will perform the song of the Games and her No. 1 single, "Fight Song." The lineup also includes best-selling country vocal group of the past decade Rascal Flatts, American sensation and former "American Idol" winner Phillip Phillips, Florida native and Grammy-nominated hip-hop superstar Flo Rida, "The Voice" Season 9 winner Jordan Smith and the first nationally-recognized wounded warrior band, Vetted.  During the ceremony, Prince Harry will recognize competitors for their achievements over the past four days and lead the handover of the Invictus Games flag to the Invictus Games Toronto 2017 organizing committee.

Schedule of Events:

Invictus Games Orlando 2016 Schedule of events



Download Full Results From the Invictus Games Website


Individual Results

Medal Athlete Country
Novice Recurve    
Gold Gareth Paterson UK
Silver Nicolas Meunier Canada
Bronze Martin Clapton UK
Open Recurve    
Gold Angelito Barbierato UK
Silver Chris Macfadyen UK
Bronze Fabio Tomasulo Italy
Open Compound    
Gold Luc Rolland Joseph Martin Canada
Silver Chasity Kuczer USA
Bronze Florian Cieplak France

Team Results

Medal Country
Novice Recurve  
Gold UK
Silver Canada
Bronze USA
Open Recurve  
Gold UK
Silver France
Bronze Italy
Open Compound  
Gold USA
Silver Canada
Bronze UK

Indoor Rowing

Download full results from the official Invictus Games website.


Medal Athlete Country Result
Women's Lightweight Powerlifting      
Gold Sarah Rudder USA 49 KG
Silver Darleen Brown Australia 40 KG
Bronze Sarah Claricoates UK 31 KG
Women's Heavyweight Powerlifting      
Gold Christine Gauthier Canada 76 KG
Silver Nerys Peace UK 73 KG
Bronze Natascha Dupuis Canada 71 KG
Men's Lightweight Powerlifting      
Gold Michael Yule UK 190 KG
Silver Raigo Roots Estonia 120 KG
Bronze Christopher Collins Australia 105 KG
Men's Heavyweight Powerlifting      
Gold Sean Gaffney UK 171 KG
Silver Ross Austen UK 150 KG
Bronze Ian Taylor UK 142 KG
Bronze Charlot Laurent France 142 KG

Road Cycling

Download full results from the official Invictus Games website.

Sitting Volleyball 

Medal Country Score
Gold USA (25-21) (25-27) (15-8)
Silver UK (21-25) (27-25) (8-15)
Bronze Georgia           (25-19) (25-16)

Track and Field

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Wheelchair Basketball 

Medal Country
Gold USA
Silver UK
Bronze Denmark

Wheelchair  Rugby 

Medal Country Score
Gold USA 28-19
Silver Denmark     19-28
Bronze UK         47-4

Wheelchair Tennis

Medal Country Score
Gold UK 6-1
Silver New Zealand     1-6
Bronze The Netherlands         47-4