Studying the Invictus Games

From the Legion Magazine.


Invictus Games
Invictus Games

Researcher finds much to study in Invictus Games 

Story and photography by Stephen J. Thorne

In the first weeks after the previous London and Orlando Invictus Games, many
of those participants said they went into a post-competition slump, especially
the ones who had not been supported in developing post-Invictus goals.

The founder of the Invictus program, Prince Harry, addressed
this issue in his speech at the closing ceremonies, where he
encouraged participants to take on new Invictus challenges.
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The Wounded Video Essay

Hubris, hyperbole, hope and hockey 

By Terry Fallis

The National Hockey League returns tonight and millions of Canadians of a
particular persuasion get ready to board the annual nine-month, 82-game
roller coaster. That is the lot for the hometown hockey fan, especially if you
carry the torch for a certain Toronto franchise decked out in blue and white.

I know what you’re thinking. I’m just another deluded,
demented, deranged Leafs fan. But hear me out.
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The Wounded Video Essay
The Wounded Video Essay

OCTOBER 5, 1813

A disastrous defeat by the American forces at the Battle of Thames
results in the death of Shawnee Chief Tecumseh.

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