Just announced the ticket for the Invictus Games 2016 which will be held in the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Walt Disney World are on sale now. The games are sponsored by Jaguar Land Rover and are scheduled for May 8-12.
The Invictus Games are the only international adaptive event for injured active and veteran service members. More than 500 competitors from 15 nations will participate. The games give a deeper respect for those who serve our country.
The US team will be lead by retired Army Captain Will Reynolds. Captain Reynolds lost his leg in an improvised explosion detonated in Irag, he had 26 surgeries trying to save the leg but in the end it had to be amputated at the knee. He participated in the 2014 Invictus Games in London, and won four bronze medals in men’s classified 100-meter and 200-meter athletics sprints, the Road Race and the Time Trial in cycling. Captain Reynolds said (about the games);
“Myself and my teammates cannot wait to start competing at the 2016 Invictus Games and want to encourage folks to buy their tickets today and be there to cheer us on, it will be an unforgettable event,”
There is just over 2 months before the games so now is the time to purchase your tickets, the prices are as listed below:
Single Session Tickets – $18 for adults and $13 for children, seniors, and veteran and active duty military personnel. Children under the age of three are free of charge.
- Single session tickets allow entry to a single designated sports session, which can be selected at time of purchase.
- Spectators can purchase single session tickets for the following sporting events: archery, cycling, indoor rowing, power lifting, sitting volleyball, swimming, track and field, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair tennis.
|Under 3 years old||3-18 years old||Adult||Military|
Fans can sign up for ticket information by visiting http://invictusgames2016.org/tickets/ and filling out a brief form.
Good luck to all active and retired servicemen and woman!
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