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  • Mike Goody 50m back gold w Luke Reeson, l, Nathan Jones, r,.jpg
    UK's Invictus Games athletes take home 131 medals

    And 10 of them were won by RAF Benevolent Fund beneficiaries – well done Stuart Robinson, Andy Phillips, Mike Goody, Joanna Martin, and Luke Wigman!

  • Joanna Martin is ready for the challenge ahead
    Joanna Martin is set to star at her first Invictus Games!

    Former RAF Nurse Joanna Martin has been selected to represent the United Kingdom in three events at this month's Invictus Games in Florida. Joanna will take on indoor rowing, handcycling and discus, hoping to bring home a Gold medal.

  • Archer Andy Phillips
    Archer Andy hopes to be on target at Invictus Games

    Andy Phillips hopes to add to his tally of Invictus Games gold medals at this year's competition, starting on Sunday in Florida.

  • Mike Goody at Invictus Games 2014
    Mike gears up to defend four Invictus Games titles

    Two years on from his first successful Invictus Games, where he took home four gold medals, former RAF Regiment Gunner Mike Goody is preparing to compete again in Florida.

  • Stuart Robinson and son George
    Stuart is ready to take home Gold at Invictus Games!

    Former Corporal Stuart Robinson was on his fourth deployment in Afghanistan, when he was left with life changing injuries after his vehicle initiated  an IED. Now just three years later, Stuart has been selected to represent the United Kingdom, for the second time, at the Invictus Games.

  • RAF Rugby players
    RAF Rugby supports the RAF Benevolent Fund

    RAF Rugby players will wear their hearts on their sleeves this season with the support of the RAF Benevolent Fund and HP Enterprise Services Ltd.

  • Team RAF Benevolent Fund Spitfire
    Spitfire sailors crowned Amateur World Champions

    Team RAFBF Spitfire triumphed at the J70 Class World Sailing Championships on Saturday, to finish ninth overall and named world champions.

  • My triathlon journey

    Flight Lieutenant Dan Stendall last month took part in the World Sprint Triathlon Championships in Canada representing Team GB. In this blog, Dan tells us more about his RAF career, coping with PTSD and being a world triathlete.

  • Annie's pride at competing in the Invictus Games

    Former SAC Technician Annie Devine is representing the British Wheelchair Rugby Team at the Invictus Games which start today. Annie, who has been supported by the RAF Benevolent Fund, tells us why she wants the British Wheelchair Rugby Team to bring home the gold at the Games.

  • Luke looks forward to the 'experience of a lifetime' at the Invictus Games

    As London gets ready to host the Invictus Games this week, former SAC Luke Wigman is looking forward to getting on the athletics track to compete in the 1500m event. Luke, who received support from the RAF Benevolent Fund after being injured by an IED in Afghanistan, shares his excitement with us.

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