Harry hails Britain's 'Superman': Hero Marine who lost three limbs after kneeling on a bomb in Afghanistan celebrates with the prince after he wins silver at the Invictus Games
Mark Ormrod claimed second place for Team UK in the indoor rowing event at the Mattamy Athletic Centre
After claiming the gong in the final race, he received a warm handshake from Prince Harry and hug from son
Mr Ormrod was serving in Helmand Province on Christmas Eve in 2007 when he knelt on an a bomb and the explosion ripped off both legs and his right arm. He is UK's first triple amputee to survive Afghanistan conflict
Poppy Pawsey epitomised what the Invictus Games means when she gained a bronze medal in her 100m Freestyle category. It took her a few seconds to realise she’d placed third and it came completely unexpected to her. A huge grin, a lot of screaming with joy and water fist pumps followed.
Speaking immediately after her race Poppy said: “I couldn’t have done it without all these guys behind me. I have so much support here. I’ve got me back and I feel so proud. I never ever imagined that six months ago I’d be smiling again. It means the world. My parents have got their daughter back.”