Throughout the Games, the prosthetics and orthotics provider is staffing a workshop offering repairs and adjustments to competitors’ prosthetics and orthotics equipment.
“Ottobock’s engagement in sport is enabling athletes with physical challenges to go to limits they have not reached before. Providing service for the Invictus Games competitors for the second year is an honor,” says Andreas Schultz, president and CFO of Ottobock North America, in a company news release.
“Working with our own staff as well as clinical volunteers, we are proud to share in the goals that the Invictus Games has set forth to support the strength of the human spirit through rehabilitation and sport,” she adds.
The Invictus Games Orlando 2016, presented by Jaguar Land Rover, is taking place May 8 to 12 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney. More than 500 competitors from 14 nations are competing in 10 adaptive sports at the Games, with teams representing armed forces from across the globe, according to the release.
For more information, visit Ottobock.