Dating walking wounded

Wishing this year's #Md S2018 team the very best of luck as they take on the first stage in the gruelling #desert #ultramarathon, the @marathon Dsables.Today's stage is 30.6 km long and must be completed within 10 hours. 👍🏼 #Marathon Des Sables #Md S F8C1Oul Don't take your #health for granted!"We came down here, determined to get 12 men and women, all injured in conflict, to the South Pole, and this is what we have done.The feeling is incredible." Harry previously backed organisers in calling off the race element of the walk for safety reasons.Sabe mais, incluindo informações sobre controlos: Política de cookies.We’re still looking for entries to the #DNRC’s #poemtoremember competition."I think it is a really, really good thing that the guys have more time on their hands to think about stuff like that, rather than just 'grit and grind' and trying to push through the pain barrier as they race each other. I think mixed emotions probably, I think some people, for instance Duncan, double amputee, simply doesn't find walking to the South Pole a big enough challenge, which is why he really enjoyed the race.I think everyone back home will appreciate the fact that, just being able to walk 100km in these conditions with no legs is a pretty amazing feat in its self." Harry's team were leading the event which began last Sunday week - after it had been shortened by 37 miles because of the weather-inflicted delays.

Team UK, which includes the prince and four injured British soldiers, had been racing against a US team, and a team made up of Canadians and Australians.

After his injury, Sgt Slater spent a year in a wheelchair before doctors told him he would need to have his legs amputated.

However, within six weeks Sgt Slater was making strides on his new prosthetic limbs.

In a voice blog from the Antarctic on Thursday, Harry said Sgt Slater "simply doesn't find walking to the South Pole a big enough challenge." "Everyone is in really high spirits.

The race obviously got cancelled a couple of days ago - a really good thing that has happened," said Harry.

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