The Games of the Unconquered, which were to be held in the Netherlands in May 2020, were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The option of holding competitions in May or June 2021 is being studied.
The Games of the Unconquered, which were to be held in the Netherlands in May 2020, were canceled due to an outbreak of coronavirus. This was announced on May 19 at the competition website by its organizers.
The Games of the Unconquered, The Hague 2020 … cannot go as planned from May 9 to 16, 2020. We are currently studying all options for transferring the “Unconquered Games” subject to the availability of fixed assets and resources for May or June 2021. Serious planning is underway to cover and validate this option. This decision was made in consultation with the teams of the participating countries and in close coordination with local and national authorities in order to limit the impact of the pandemic on all parties involved in the meeting, and in particular on the participants in the games, “it was reported.
The organizers explained that they did not want to increase the risk for the competitors, their relatives and the international audience.
In The Hague, 20 participants were preparing to represent Ukraine at the Games of the Unconquered.
Ukrainian team at the “Unconquered Games 2018” in Sydney, Australia won 20 medals: seven gold, 10 silver, three bronze. In 2019, the competition was not held.
Invictus Games is an international Paralympic sporting event founded by the Duke of Sussex, Harry, in 2014. Wounded servicemen and veterans participate in them.