Participants will compete in venues made famous by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Lee Valley Athletics Centre

Lee Valley Athletics Centre is a state-of-the-art venue in London that aims to provide sporting facilities for athletes of all levels and ages. It is the largest indoor and outdoor athletics centre in the South of England and offers a wide choice of track and field. The centre includes the only indoor 200-metre six lane track in the region and, 60-metre and 130-metre sprint straights alongside the 8 lane outdoor track.

During the Invictus Games it will be used for Athletics.

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Lee Valley Velopark

The Lee Valley VeloPark is arguably the most exciting cycling venue in the world with four disciplines of cycling to be experienced. It provides track cycling, road racing, BMX and mountain biking activities and is a central hub for the ever-increasing popularity of British cycling.

During the Invictus Games it will play host to the Road Cycling event.

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Here East

During the Invictus Games, Here East will be transformed to become a first-class sporting venue. It will host Archery, Powerlifting and Indoor Rowing.

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London Aquatics Centre

Designed by architect Zaha Hadid, this centre offers lessons, lane swimming and diving for swimmers of all abilities. It was beneath the distinctive wave-like roof that records were repeatedly broken during London 2012 by greats including the USA?s Michael Phelps.

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Copper Box Arena

A multi-sport arena used for basketball, handball, mixed martial arts and badminton, among other sports. During London 2012, it earned the nickname ?the box that rocks? because of its electric atmosphere. The venue is also now home to the London Lions, part of the British Basketball League.

During the Invictus Games it will be the setting for Sitting Volleyball, Wheelchair Rugby and Wheelchair Basketball.

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