To mark 100 days to go until the kick-off of the Invictus Games 2020 in The Hague, Mayor of The Hague Johan Remkes and Chef de Mission of the Dutch Team Stefan Nommensen, revealed a mega-campaign image in the atrium of the City Hall.
CAPTION: Gregory Sedoc, Angelien Eijsink, Stefan Nommensen, Johan Remkes at an event to mark 100 days until Invictus Games 2020 starts. Photo supplied.
Invented by Prince Harry, Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured or ill servicemen and women.
These, the fifth Invictus Games, will be held this year in The Hague, Netherlands, from 9 to 16 May.
Mayor Remkes said, “No one comes out of a war intact. Even though they are still trained for it. The power that wounded and sick soldiers bring in and then recover is enormous”.
“That they are also able to exercise at a high level borders on the superhuman.
“I am therefore very happy and grateful that The Hague can offer a stage to these men and women who are admired by so many.
“We will receive them with open arms.”
Tickets for this year’s Invictus Games are on sale here.