Estate agents in Ely welcome home Invictus Games medal winner Wayne Harrod

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture: SUBMITTED - Credit: Archant

An Ely estate agents received a visited from local time trial cyclist, Wayne Harrod, as he returned from competing in the Invictus Games.

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture: SUBMITTED - Credit: Archant

Staff at Keeleys on St. Mary’s Street spoke to Wayne about his routine, diet change, lifestyle and they even posed for photos.

The 48-year-old lost his leg whilst serving as a soldier. He was hit by an 11-ton tank during an exercise on Salisbury Plain in 2001.

Despite his amputation, Wayne stayed in the army for another ten years, earning promotions in that time.

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture: SUBMITTED - Credit: Archant

Last month, he won a bronze medal in the Sydney Invictus Games and was 1st in Criterium. He was also part of the first UK 1, 2, 3 medal winners.


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Matthew Mulcrone, Keeleys director, said: “Wayne’s commitment to his cycling is an inspiration to us all.

“We would like to thank Wayne for sharing his amazing experience and wish him good luck on his next venture.”

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture

Ely estate agents, Keeleys, got a visit from Wayne Harrod, a local Invictus Games medallist. Picture: SUBMITTED - Credit: Archant

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