Jaguar Land Rover is absolutely thrilled to have been Presenting Partner of Invictus Games for the fourth time. We have seen the difference the power of the Games has made to people’s rehabilitation and we want to continue to inspire and encourage injured and wounded military personnel
Mark Cameron - Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover Australia
ABOUT THE GAMES
The Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women. The fourth games took place in Sydney from 20th until 27th October 2018, with over 500 competitors from 18 countries. These heroes have overcome incredible adversity to compete.
A ROYAL INITIATIVE
HRH The Duke of Sussex conceived the Games after a visit to The Warrior Games in the USA in 2013. He witnessed how sport could help veterans physically, psychologically and socially.
SUPPORTING THE FOURTH GAMES
Jaguar Land Rover is proud to have been Presenting Partner of Invictus Games 2018, held in Sydney, Australia in October. Jaguar Land Rover’s support dates back to the inaugural Games in London in 2014, followed by Orlando in 2016 and Toronto in 2017.
SUPPORTING BEYOND THE GAMES
Our commitment to our heroic service personnel reaches far beyond the event itself. We are continually exploring opportunities to enhance the role of veterans as skilled employees.FIND OUT MORE
THE 2018 AUSTRALIAN TEAM
We’re proud to introduce the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 Australian Team. 72 competitors, each with a unique and remarkable story, using the power of sport to inspire and support recovery from life-changing injury. At the Games, an Australian competitor was represented in every event, some approaching the start line for the very first time.
INVICTUS GAMES 2018 HIGHLIGHTS
In October 2018, 500 wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women met in Sydney for the third Invictus Games. The challenges and the triumphs are a testament to the courage held by each individual and shared as a whole. Watch the highlights from the games.
FOR OUR WOUNDED SERVICE PERSONNEL
Invictus Games 2018 hosted over 500 servicemen and women from 18 countries, competing in 11 different sports ranging from cycling to wheelchair rugby. Learn more about it by visiting the official website.