Prince Harry visited Potters Fields Park on Wednesday morning for the launch of the British team for next month's Invictus Games.
Taking place in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Lee Valley from 10 to 14 September, the Invictus Games will feature wounded armed forces personnel from 14 nations around the world.
Competitors will take part in nine sports – Athletics, Archery, Wheelchair Basketball, Road Cycling, Indoor Rowing, Powerlifting, Wheelchair Rugby, Swimming and Sitting Volleyball.
The Prince spent more than half an hour in Potters Fields Park chatting to the athletes selected for the British team.
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