The names of the two UK team members taking part to the upcoming Invictus Games' Driving Challenge have been announced.

Olaf Jones and Sgt Gareth Paterson have competed against six others of the UK team in the Jaguar Land Rover Challenge to earn their places in the Games.

In September, the two will take on 16 nations in the first event of the competition - the Driving Challenge.

The team will have to pass through a succession of checkpoints and tight turns within a 16-minute time limit, navigating their vehicle around a series of courses.

Points are accrued for each part of track covered - the least points wins.

Invictus Games Driving Challenge Jaguar Land Rover

While the trial tracks were free, there was time for a test run for Olympian Zara Tindall and ex-England rugby captain Lewis Moody.

Moody - who came second between the two - said the Invictus Games are "wonderful":

"It is such an incredible event in terms of using sport as a vehicle for rehabilitation, not just physically, but mentally."

A record number of people applied to take part to Invictus this year, which see wounded, injured or sick forces personnel and veterans competing in sports like wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, and indoor rowing.

The Games are named after the Latin word for "unconquered" or "undefeated".

The first games took place in London in 2014, with the second held in Florida in 2016. The 2017 games will be held in Toronto, Canada.

Invictus Games Driving Challenge Jaguar Land Rover Tindall Moody

Forces TV will be covering the Games from Toronto, and you will be able to watch on Sky 264, Virgin 277 or Freesat 165. 

Forces TV is also broadcast to British Forces overseas via BFBS TV on channel 9.