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USSOCOM wounded warriors compete in the 2014 Warrior Games
The Warrior Games, founded in 2010, are designed to support healing and recovery of wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans through adaptive sports.

By: USSOCOM Public Affairs - 10/1/2014

  • Retired Marine Cpl. Justin Gaertner from Tampa, Fla., finishes first in men’s handcycle 10-kilometer race, Sept. 29, during the 2014 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, Colo. Athletes from the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Adaptive Sports Program are competing against teams from all the branches Sept. 28 to Oct. 4. The Warrior Games, founded in 2010, are designed to support healing and recovery of wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans through adaptive sports.
  • Retired Army Sgt. Daniel Jagodzinski from Fayetteville, N.C., powers up a hill during the 2014 Warrior Games’ men’s open bicycle 30-kilometer race, Sept. 29, at Fort Carson, Colo. Jagodzinski represents the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) team as they compete against teams from the Army, Navy/ Coastguard, and Marines Sept. 28 to Oct, 4.
  • Retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Christopher Tyndall, from Frenchtown, Mont., competes in the men’s 50-meter freestyle race, Sept. 30, during the 2014 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, Colo. Tyndall is a member of the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Adaptive Sports Program. USSOCOM team members are competing against teams all the branches, Sept. 28 to Oct. 4.

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