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2022 Warrior Games
The official page for Team Marine Corps for the 2022 DoD Warrior Games. The games will be held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, Aug. 16-29, 2022.

2022 Department of Defense (DOD) Warrior Games


 

About the Games

The Department of Defense (DoD) will hold its 11th annual adaptive-sports competition at the ESPN Wide World of Sports 16-29 August highlighting the exceptional physical skills and mental toughness of wounded, ill and injured active-duty and veteran service members.

Warrior Games will feature 12 adaptive sports: archery, cycling (both road race and time trials), precision air sports (formerly known as shooting), sitting volleyball, swimming, track, field, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, indoor rowing, powerlifting, and golf as an exhibition.

The Warrior Games were established to enhance the recovery and rehabilitation of wounded, ill and injured service members and to expose them to adaptive sports. Visitors and participants will walk away with a better understanding of adaptive sports through an exciting and entertaining atmosphere, and will gain with additional understanding of how to support our athletes.

The Games promise to live up to the success of previous games and will be memorable for the athletes, enjoyable for their caregivers and family members, and inspirational and educational for spectators and other supporters. 

 

Video by Cpl. William Tucker
2024 Wounded Warrior Trials B-Roll
Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment
March 14, 2024 | 17:08
U.S. Marine Corps and Air Force Servicemen and women alongside Ukrainian and Georgian Allies Compete in the 2024 Air Force and Marine Corps Trials on Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 4 through March 14, 2024. The Wounded Warrior Trials is a Paralympic tournament that focuses on the rehabilitation and physical health, allowing disabled servicemembers to connect and compete. (Marine Corps video by Cpl. William Tucker)
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Team Marine Corps

Marine Corps Athletes

Sgt. Andrew Blackburn

Lance Cpl. Taylor Howard

Staff Sgt. Stacy Blackburn-Hoelscher

Lance Cpl. Annika Hutsler

Cpl. Faheemah Bostan-Ali

Sgt. Peter Keating

Cpl. Xavier Cardona

Sgt. Peter Lykins

Staff Sgt. Raymond Cardoza

Sgt. Patrick MacDonald

Lance Cpl. Andrea Collins

First Sgt. Ronnie Mills

Staff Sgt. Carlos Cruz-Tejeda

Staff Sgt. Vicente Nevares

Cpl. Tatiana Dodson

Cpl. Daniel Norman

Maj. Lisa Doring

Staff Sgt. Corey Peterson

Sgt. Kirstie Ennis

Master Sgt. William Pieczarka

Gunnery Sgt. Jayare Erickson

Lance Cpl. Wesley Pincince

Staff Sgt. William Galentine

First Sgt. Cydney Rose

Cpl. Sebastian Gallegos

Sgt. Nina Sassano

Lance Cpl. Luis Garcia

Staff Sgt. Michael Scott

Cpl. Justin Greene

Lance Cpl. Austin Smith

Staff Sgt. Rosendo Gutierrez Jr.

Staff Sgt. Jack Stanfield

Capt. Andrew Hairston

Sgt. Taylor Terrell

Lance Cpl. KC Higer

Cpl. Quinton Umberger

SSgt Robert Dominguez

Gunnery Sgt. John Williams

Lance Cpl. Donata Medinanieto

Staff Sgt. Floyd Rude

 

 

“Being selected for Team Marine Corps is a tremendous achievement and testament to the efforts of each Marine and their families, caretakers, and support network,The Warrior Games is only one portion of the journey to recovery that we all witness. Every single day, these Marines have been driving forward toward recovery. I am extremely proud of their dedication to healing and thriving, despite the unique obstacles they all face. Congratulations, Marines!”

Col. Bret Hyla

Commanding Officer, Wounded Warrior Regiment

 

For more information, please email WWSports@usmc.mil for assistance.