Canada Wins 2025 Bid for Invictus Games in Vancouver and Whistler

Friday, Apr 22, 2022 0


The True Patriot Love Foundation will bring the Invictus Games to Whistler/Vancouver, BC in 2025! Ever since their launch, the Games have played a tremendous role in harnessing the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for serving members and Veterans.


The Games will bring together over 500 competitors from 20 nations to compete in adaptive sports, including winter adaptive sports for the very first time – Alpine Skiing, Nordic Skiing, Skeleton, and Wheelchair Curling – in addition to the core Invictus Games sports of indoor rowing, sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball.


The Invictus Games 2025 will be held on the unceded territories of the x ʷ məθ kʷə y əm (Musqueam), S ḵwxw ú7mesh (Squamish), S ə l ílw ətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, Skalulmecw L íl wat ̓ Nation and the G élpcal L ílwat Nation. The Invictus Games 2025 are working closely to ensure they respond to Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action, and ensure Indigenous protocols are respected in all aspects of the Games.


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