Team UK faced New Zealand for the bronze medal in wheelchair basketball (Picture: Invictus Games Sydney 2018/Getty Images).
Team UK finished a triumphant Invictus Games in Australia with another medal on the last day of competition.
The wheelchair basketball side pushed past New Zealand to win 32-6 in the bronze medal match.
Wheelchair basketball and sitting volleyball player James Rose said the experience was more than just about winning medals.
The former 2 YORKS soldier has been recovering from depression and anxiety after he suffered an injury in 2009.
He said taking part in the competition had given him a “massive confidence boost” and pulled him out of a “dark hole” which had consumed him for 18 months.
"Sport has got me where I want to be now, I feel a lot better."
Team UK’s James Rose compares the quality of the competition in the wheelchair basketball and sitting volleyball.
The former 2 YORKS soldier also says he will be following up his Invictus Games experience with a Personal Training Course.
"Without sport, I wouldn't be where I am now. It just gives you loads more confidence to do what you want to do," he said.
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