Complete coverage: Invictus Games

The second Invictus Games will be held May 8-12 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, with close to 500 competitors from 14 countries taking part in the event.

We have you covered for the entire event, so check back here for updates, news and features:

Features and News

  • Event wrap-up: As competitors and fans alike head home, we recount the big moments from the 2016 Invictus Games. Read the story

  • Profile: For Jordan's Ulfat Al-Zwiri, Invictus Games proves that 'life goes on' after an injury. Read the story

  • Profile: Invictus Games provide competition, community for U.K. powerlifting champ Micky Yule. Read the story

  • Photo feature: Different paths brought these wounded warriors to the same place: finding renewed confidence and resolve as competitors in the 2016 Invictus Games. See the photos

  • Photos: The U.S.'s journey to gold in wheelchair basketball at the Invictus Games. See the photos

  • Profile: Even after the Invictus Games, U.S. competitor Daniel Crane says, 'We're going to continue beating the odds.' Read the story

  • Photos: Here's a look at the U.S. taking on Australia in the Invictus Games wheelchair rugby semifinals on May 11. See the photos

  • Photos: From the pre-race preparations to the finish line celebrations, here's a look at the track and field finals from the Invictus Games. See the photos

  • Photos: Behind every great serviceman or woman is a great service dog -- even at the Invictus Games. See the photos

  • News: U.S. competitor Sarah Rudder wins seven medals at Invictus Games. Read the story

  • Q&A: Invictus Games swimmer and sitting volleyball player August O'Niell is used to 'prove-yourself moments.' Read the story

  • Neumann: Our most memorable moments from Invictus Games Opening Ceremony. Read the story

  • Big read: Air Force Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro Jr. emerged from an inferno that ravaged his face and his fingers, but not his heart. Read the story

  • News: Prince Harry and Michelle Obama open Invictus Games. Read the story

  • Big read: Invictus Games competitor Lauren Montoya says adaptive sports 're-lit that fire in me to find myself again.' Read the story

  • Profile: Cancer survivor Kelly Elmlinger knew running wouldn't be the same, but she 'had to try.' Read the story

  • Q&A: Retired Army Capt. Mitchell Kieffer found his 'new normal' through training, competing again. Read the story

  • 411: New to the Invictus Games? Here's the lowdown. Read the story

  • Voices: The story of how a family's love and a lucky hat inspired an Air Force master sergeant to represent his country at the Invictus Games. Read the story

  • Viral: What made Queen Elizabeth say, 'Boom, really...please,' to President Obama and the First Lady? Read the story

  • Welcome to Bristol: Invictus Games competitors and U.S. veterans take over ESPN. Read the story

  • Q&A: Army vet and Invictus Games competitor Will Reynolds calls sports a milestone in his recovery. Read the story

  • Q&A: Why Michael Roggio's background as a naval rescue swimmer could set him up for gold at the Invictus Games. Read the story

  • Photos: A look back at some of the top moments from the 2014 Games. Read the story

411: What you need to know


  • By Our Deeds: ESPN salutes the men and women of Invictus 2016. Watch

  • Event coverage: Stars and competitors shine in exhibition wheelchair rugby. Watch

  • News: Invictus Games gold medalist Michael Yule, of the U.K., describes how powerlifting has helped him since his injury. Watch

  • News: After winning her fourth gold medal in swimming at the Invictus Games, U.S. Army sergeant Elizabeth Marks gives one to Prince Harry, requesting that he deliver it to Papworth Hospital in England as a thank you for saving her life in 2014. Watch

  • Poetry reading: "Game of Thrones" star Charles Dance narrates "Invictus" by William Ernest Henley, the poem that inspired historical figures such as Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela, and provided a namesake for the games. Watch

  • News: Former President George W. Bush and Invictus Games competitor Israel Del Toro Jr. sit down with ESPN's Jeremy Schaap to discuss the need to continue raising awareness and providing help to veterans who suffer from the "invisible injuries" of service. Watch

  • Feature film: When friends JJ Chalmers and Louis Nethercott returned to civilian life after service in the British military, they leaned on each other to find strength as they sought to handle physical wounds as well as mental challenges. Watch

  • Feature film: ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff talks to Kirstie Ennis, who survived a helicopter crash in her last deployment as a Marine to Afghanistan. She had to withdraw from this year's Invictus Games to undergo another amputation. Watch

  • Profile: ESPN's Tom Rinaldi profiles former U.S. 82nd Airborne infantryman Tim Payne, fellow soldier Mike Merritt and the bond they have formed during Payne's journey from the absolute brink to a competitor at the Invictus Games. Watch

  • Top moment: Using a racing wheelchair for the first time, Jordan's Ulfat Al-Zwiri finishes the women's 100-meter wheelchair race while getting cheered on by the crowd and her fellow competitors. Watch

  • Feature film: Co-captain Will Reynolds turned to conditioning to cope with losing his leg. Watch

  • 'Taking part': Prince Harry sits down with Chris Fowler to talk about how important the Invictus Games is to the competitors. Watch

  • Feature film: How sports raised the quality of life for Georgian Guladi Todua, who lost his leg in battle. Watch

  • Event coverage: U.S. competitor Kelly Elmlinger picks up easy victory at Invictus Games. Watch

  • Commentary: ESPN correspondent Tom Rinaldi ponders the question of whether winning is something other than what we normally associate with the word. Watch

  • Sport Science: What it takes to be a top archer like Daniel Crane at the Invictus Games Watch

  • Sport Science: Analyzing the technique of August O'Niell, a top Invictus Games swimmer Watch

  • Sport Science: Breaking down the skills of Jason Reyes, wheelchair basketball player and Invictus Games competitor Watch

  • Top moment: Air Force Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro Jr. on competing after an emotional Opening Ceremony. Watch

  • Feature film: For Air Force Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro Jr., recovery was all about family. Watch

  • Team effort: U.S. competitors explain what it means to compete in the Invictus Games and the camaraderie it brings. Watch

  • Boosting confidence: Legalman 1st Class Shahnaz Askins shares her emotional journey and how the Invictus Games helped her be a better mother. Watch

TV schedule

The complete TV schedule for the Invictus Games (all times ET):

Sunday, May 8: