Prince Harry in Sydney

After spending two days in Singapore, Prince Harry moved on to Sydney, Australia, to mark the official launch of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, which will be held from 20th to 27th October, 2018. Click HERE to take a look at Day 1 in Singapore, and HERE to learn about Day 2.

In the morning, Prince Harry attended a launch ceremony at Admiralty House, where he joined dignitaries and members of the Australian Invictus Games squad to welcome the 2018 Invictus Games to Sydney, and start the countdown on 500 days to go until the Opening Ceremony. The Prince also gave a speech, along with the Australian Prime Minister, in which he commemorated the victim’s of the London Bridge attack.

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After the launch event, he joined members of the 2017 Invictus Games Australian squad and their families in a reception to hear about their preparations for the third Games which take place in Toronto this September.

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That afternoon, Prince Harry headed over to Circular Quay to watch a demonstration of Invictus Games sports, including sitting volleyball, indoor rowing, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby, where he met many fans, including including 97 year old Daphne, and gave a speech. Prince Harry also headed out onto the water to watch a sailing race around the iconic Sydney Harbour and to officially launch the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games.

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