Corporal Josh Boggi broke his back, lost both his legs and had to have his right
arm amputated when he stepped on an IED in 2010, two months into his third tour of Afghanistan. Josh was part of the British Armed Forces team in the inaugural Invictus Games in London where he won a bronze medal in cycling. He went on to win two Silver Medals in Cycling and two Gold Medals in Rowing at
the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando.
The Mazzini Garibaldi Foundation provided some financial assistance for a new prosthetic Leg which, Josh says, was a life-changer.