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'Invictus' Poem Recited by Invictus Games 2016 Competitors
The poem "Invictus," written by the English poet William Ernest Henley, has inspired generations during times of adversity. The 16 short lines of the poem capture the unconquerable human spirit, which aligns with the core mission of the Invictus Games.
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