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Live Reporting

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  1. Watch out for sprint star Allan McSween

    Allan McSween

    An avid and capable sportsman from a young age, Allan was medically discharged from his regiment in the Scots Guards with hip dysplasia.

    Staying physically active has helped him through the resulting disappointment and if his performances in the Warrior Games, where he clocked 58.1 seconds for the 400m, are anything to go by then he will be one of the stars of Sheffield.

    Allan trains at Thames Valley Harriers – the club that produced Linford Christie and Lorraine Ugen, among other talented GB stars.

    He said: “Adaptive sports for wounded individuals like myself and many others have given us a platform to challenge ourselves physically and mentally.

    “Competing, for me, is putting together all the build-up of the hard work endured in training.”

  2. Inspired? What to do next

    If you have been inspired by the personal stories of competitors at the Invictus Trials and would like to get involved then follow this link to the Help for Heroes page.

    You will find information on how to get started and how you can use sport to help aid recovery from injury.

    There are also details on activities and courses available throughout the UK as well as a guide on how to become a competitor at a future Invictus Games.

  3. First-time hosts

    Four venues around the city of Sheffield are hosting 470-plus athletes across nine sports - archery, athletics, cycling, indoor rowing, powerlifting, sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby.

    It is the first time the city has hosted the Invictus Trials.

    The next Invictus Games will be held in the The Hague, from 9-16 May, 2020, and will be the fifth edition of the event, which began in London in 2014.

    The aim was to engage sport to help the recovery and rehabilitation of servicemen and women.

    The Duke of Sussex is expected to be at the trials on Thursday, whilst also visiting a children’s hospital and the city’s Hallam University.

    Some of the other events in Sheffield during the trials include a recovery and rehabilitation symposium and an employment forum at the City Hall, where former service personnel can discuss getting back into work.

    Competitors in the men's indoor rowing final at the 2016 Invictus Games
  4. How can I watch the Invictus UK Trials?

    Times are BST and subject to change

    You can follow coverage of the final day of the Invictus UK Trials on Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and app and watch live and on catch-up for 30 days afterwards on the BBC iPlayer.

    Thursday 25 July

    Trials: Day 3 – Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and app plus BBC iPlayer