THE WARRIOR GAMES CYCLING EVENT ATTRACTS HUNDREDS TO FALCON STADIUM AT THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY AND A VISIT FROM HRH PRINCE HARRY. : News Photo

THE WARRIOR GAMES CYCLING EVENT ATTRACTS HUNDREDS TO FALCON STADIUM AT THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY AND A VISIT FROM HRH PRINCE HARRY.

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COLORADO SPRINGS CO - MAY 12: Marine Brian McPherson pumps his fist in the air after wining the Men's 30K Bicycle Open race in 47:20. The fourth annual Warrior Games cycling event took started and finished at Falcon Stadium on the grounds of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO on May 12, 2013. HRH Prince Harry was on hand to start the race as well as to hand out medals at the finish line. A total of 260 wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans came to compete in the week long games. Members of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard/Air Force. Special Operations and the British Armed Forces all took part in the competition. Other events included in the Warrior Games are shooting, sitting volleyball, track & field and wheelchair basketball. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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COLORADO SPRINGS CO - MAY 12: Marine Brian McPherson pumps his fist in the air after wining the Men's 30K Bicycle Open race in 47:20. The fourth annual Warrior Games cycling event took started and finished at Falcon Stadium on the grounds of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO on May 12, 2013. HRH Prince Harry was on hand to start the race as well as to hand out medals at the finish line. A total of 260 wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans came to compete in the week long games. Members of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard/Air Force. Special Operations and the British Armed Forces all took part in the competition. Other events included in the Warrior Games are shooting, sitting volleyball, track & field and wheelchair basketball. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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