The Invictus Games 2023 are set to make a historic mark in Düsseldorf, Germany. This eagerly anticipated event is scheduled to kick off on September 9th, marked by a grand opening ceremony at the renowned Merkur Spiel-Arena. The ensuing week will witness intense sports competitions, culminating in a spectacular finale on September 16th. Düsseldorf, in collaboration with the German Armed Forces, is poised to welcome around 500 competitors from 21 nations, accompanied by their families and friends, all converging to partake in ten disciplines of athletic prowess.

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As the latest addition to a legacy of memorable host countries, the Invictus Games have previously been held in various corners of the globe:

London, 2014: The inaugural Invictus Games were held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, showcasing the spirit of recovery and determination.

Orlando, 2016: In 2016, Orlando, USA, served as a vibrant backdrop for the Games, underscoring the international reach of the event.

Toronto, 2017: The following year, Toronto, Canada, hosted the Games, where competitors from diverse backgrounds united in the pursuit of victory.

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Sydney, 2018: Sydney, Australia, provided a breathtaking setting in 2018, offering participants and spectators a memorable experience.

The Netherlands, 2022: The Netherlands, known for its embrace of sports and camaraderie, took on the mantle of hosting the Games in 2022.

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Now, in 2023, Düsseldorf stands ready to make its own mark in the Invictus Games legacy. With each passing edition, the Games continue to exemplify the resilience, strength, and unity of wounded, injured, and sick service personnel and veterans from around the world.