Embracing the power of sport to change lives, 500 competitors from 20 nations had planned to compete in a series of events at the Zuiderpark stadium.
The organisers are working to reschedule the fifth Invictus Games for 2021, with Jaguar Land Rover continuing in its role as Presenting Partner in the Netherlands.
On behalf of everyone at Jaguar Land Rover I want to express my support for all competitors and their families at this difficult time. We look forward to seeing you achieve even greater things at the rescheduled Invictus Games.
These Games showcase some of the most exciting and inspirational competition and sportsmanship in the world and we are hugely proud to be the Presenting Partner.
Prof Sir Ralf Speth
Jaguar Land Rover Chief Executive Officer
Jaguar Land Rover has been Presenting Partner since the inaugural Games in London in 2014. The event has also been staged in Orlando, Toronto and Sydney, capturing hearts, challenging minds and changing lives – with a global audience.
The first medals in The Hague were to be won in the Jaguar Land Rover Invictus Driving Challenge – with competitors at the wheel of the new Land Rover Defender.
For information on the 2018 Invictus Games click here.