Qualifying for the Invictus Games

Soldier son of CSL Behring employee will compete in Sydney.

Paul Inman cycling

As the world’s attention turns to the Royal Wedding, the son of a CSL Behring employee in the United Kingdom is preparing to compete in the Invictus Games, the sports competition founded by Prince Harry. Paul Inman, son of Lesley Robertson, a Regional Business Manager for Immunology, will attend the international event in Sydney, Australia, in October. The soon-to-be-wed Prince Harry helped create the event for service members who are wounded, injured and sick. Inman, on the left in this cycling photo, serves in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) Corps. He is among 72 participants selected for Team UK and will compete in cycling and powerlifting. I am so very proud of my son and the journey he has travelled since his accident over two years ago and can’t wait to cheer him on throughout the games in October,” Robertson said.

Invictus Games Team UK with British Prime Minister Theresa May

Invictus Games Team UK posting with British Prime Minister Theresa May.