In Photos: Invictus Games

Corporal (Retired) Michael Clarke from Team Canada wins silver in the Invictus Men’s IT5 1500m event, Sept. 25.

In Photos: Invictus Games

Lieutenant (Navy) Krista Seguin wins gold in the Invictus Women’s Heavyweight powerlifting event, Sept. 25.

In Photos: Invictus Games

Natacha Dupuis, co-captain of Team Canada, won three medals at Invictus women’s athletic events, Sept. 25.

In Photos: Invictus Games

Sergeant Jessica Miller from Team Canada wins gold in the Invictus Women’s IF4 Shotput event, Sept. 25.

In Photos: Invictus Games

Corporal (retired) Bruce Matthews, a member of Team Canada, throws a shot put during the Invictus Games, Sept. 25.

In Photos: Invictus Games

Sarah McLachlan performs with the Naden Band of the Royal Canadian Navy during the Invictus Games opening ceremony, Sept. 23.

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