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Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park
Trans-Sport is honored to be working on the first UK sports competition for wounded soldiers. Supplying for the BBC a studio, cable fly’s and numerous camera platforms The Invictus Games, kicked off with an opening ceremony Wednesday 10th September 2014, on the South Lawn of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed HRH Prince Harry, who heads the organising committee of the Games for ‘wounded warriors’, onstage via video link.
The event, which was broadcast live on BBC’s The One Show and attended by 6,500 people, began with a fly-past from the Red Arrows and a rendition of the national anthem by the Band of Irish Guards, the Central Band of the RAF and the Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines, Collingwood.
Singer Laura Wright took to the stage, before actor Idris Elba recited Invictus, a poem by William Ernest Henley that was an inspiration for the Games. The 416 athletes taking part in the nine sports over the coming four days then entered the stadium in a parade.