Highlighting the resilience and continued leadership of our wounded warriors and their families.
Team 43 Sports showcases the courage, commitment, and resilience of these warriors and underscores the importance of sports as part of the rehabilitation process for our men and women injured on the front lines.
The Bush Institute hosts two events featuring injured servicemen and women: the W100K, a high-endurance three-day bike ride, and the Warrior Open, a highly competitive golf tournament. Since 2011, more than 180 warriors have participated in Team 43 Sports events.
Team 43 Alumni
A nationwide alumni program provides leadership and skills training to the warriors who have ridden in the W100K and played in the Warrior Open. These resources assist in their transition and help them continue to lead in their communities.
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