The First-Ever Winter Invictus Games
Cheer on more than 500 competitors as they experience the unrivalled power of sport! Honour those who serve their country while being a part of the shared journey of recovery
Deliver a world-class event and, through the power of the Invictus Games, inspire recovery, support rehabilitation, and generate a wider understanding and respect for those who serve their country.
Vancouver Convention Centre
Located on Vancouver's downtown waterfront, the VCC will serve as the main 'hub' of the Games. It is the site for the Opening Ceremonies and will host the wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby and sitting volleyball competitions.
Located centrally in Vancouver and home to the Vancouver Curling Club, Hillcrest will host the wheelchair curling competitions.
UBC Aquatics Centre
Experience aquatic excellence at the UBC Aquatic Center, a venue distinguished by its world-class facilities, commitment to aquatic achievement, and Gold Certification by the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification (RHFAC)
North America's largest ski resort. Whistler Blackcomb are two side-by-side mountains offering over 8,171 acres of terrain and receiving 1,181 centimetres (465 inches) of snow on average annually. Alpine skiing and snowboarding competitions will take place on Whistler Mountain.
Whistler Olympic Park
Located in the Callaghan Valley, just south of Whistler, Whistler Olympic Park is a world-class Nordic sport facility. The Park will host the Nordic skiing and biathlon competitions.
Whistler Sliding Centre
Located above Whistler Village on Blackcomb Mountain, the Whistler Sliding Centre is a world-class sliding sports facility that will host the skeleton competitions.
Located in downtown Vancouver, Rogers Arena is a multi-purpose arena that will host the Closing Ceremonies.
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